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Is the 'Bye Bye Sky' box legal to sell or to watch? A detailed analysis

'Bye Bye Sky' page taken offline but Waikato company continues to sell its Sky TV and Netflix 'killer' through Facebook. UPDATED: Special feature audio - Rick Shera on the legality of accessing offshore content from NZ.

Wed, 19 Oct 2016

A Waikato company selling a $140 box that promises access to "thousands of channels" plus the ability to access All Blacks games, has taken its "Bye Bye Sky" website offline. But it is still selling the box via a Facebook page with toned-down marketing.

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Is the 'Bye Bye Sky' box legal to sell or to watch? A detailed analysis
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