Licensing limitations
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Posted 9/4/12
Hi all,

I posted an issue a few months back regarding licensing limitations. I live in the UK and at the time titles that were suppose to work in the UK (Like sword art online) did not work for me.
I got this message
Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region.

Somebody suggested I restart my router connection to renew the DHCP lease, and this worked for a while until recently. Now no matter how many times I renew the lease it won't work :(

Can somebody help me out please? I can give an admin my ISP's network range if it helps.

Cheers,
Stannerss
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Posted 9/4/12


Can you please tell me where in the UK you are located?
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Posted 9/4/12
Specifically the isle of man. Its an island off the coast of England.
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Posted 9/5/12


Currently looking into this with licensing.
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Posted 9/5/12
Thanks bjaker.
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Posted 9/6/12
I'm having the same problem, I can no longer see any SKET Dance episodes, also I can still see the episodes of Total Eclipse but get the same licensing error if I try to watch them.
I live in the North of England so my IP probably says I'm in Scotland, although since they are both in the UK I don't see what difference it would make.

Anyway, if anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.
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Posted 9/6/12
Hmm, appears to be fixed now.

Thank you.
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Posted 4/15/13
Well, I am having the same issue, there are some anime I'd like to watch but that shows no vids there, because of this Licensing Limitations. What can I do? I live in the Netherlands... :(

thanks
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