Mexican Court Stops Sale of Roku Devices Amid Piracy Concerns

A cable operator belonging to Mexico's largest television network has won a legal case to stop the sale of Roku video streaming devices in the country on the grounds that the gadgets are often hacked to let users view pirated channels. Cablevision, a cable TV provider owned by Televisa, said a Mexico City tribunal upheld a previous order to suspend the importation and distribution of the devices.