Regional restrictions are single most common cause of content piracy. Today, we live in a internetworked world and for as long as you try to keep those borders closed, you'll have a potential legal issue. Until now.
While you can already watch for example, British television if you use apps such as ExPat Shield, Unotelly is the first global DNS system we can think of. The concept behind the service is to rely on multiple DNS (Domain Name Servers) across the globe and give access to US television to the rest of the world, or UK television etc.
According to the information we received from the app maker Kostas Polichronos, Unotelly works on multiple devices and doesn't exactly have a limitation on what device it can work on. The number of supported devices is amazing, which is not uncommon – if you have Internet connection, you can use UnoDNS service:
"PC, Mac, linux,PS3, XBOX360, Wii, iphone, ipad, itouch, androids, playbook, WD TV Live, Roku, boxee box, OpenElec, XBMC, Apple TV, Google TV, LG smart TV, Sony TV and players, Panasonic VIERA, Samsung TV and players and all rooters including DD- WRT."
When it comes to amount of TV channels, you can access over 70 regionally locked channels and services, ranging from Netflix or Hulu websites to BBC's iPlayer, Speed or ESPN TV networks. Furthermore, if you're a law-abiding U.S. citizen and find yourself on the road, you'll lose all the access to services such as Amazon Web Player.
With Unotelly DNS service – not anymore. The question is, what do you think?
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