The Internet has and continues to give us wonderful, awesome things. Some of those things are illegal. An example of such illegal things would be pirated games. Don’t download pirated games, if not for your own conscience, for me. My livelihood depends on honest sales of video games. Then there are the gray areas. In this particular case, I’m talking about broadcast television. The streaming of broadcast television over the Internet has been a tug of war between the channels themselves and the people who stream it free. The channels believe this is stealing. Is it stealing if I find a stream of a channel at work but I already pay for that channel at home?

I mainly use these free streams to find broadcasts of Vancouver Canucks games that I don’t have access to while at work. The one site that I use frequently can be found here. It used to go by another name but I won’t mention here because they had some legal trouble a while back and I don’t want to bring that up again. You can probably watch every single NHL game that is being played on any given night, which is crazy if you think about it. If anyone asks, I didn’t give you that link.

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