A live streaming company says it will remove access to a service it says violates copyright laws.
The company said on Twitter that it will no longer be available to anyone who has signed up for a live video service.
It is the latest move in a growing trend of streaming companies that have moved away from a traditional subscription model and instead have started charging a fee to stream.
Earlier this year, Time Warner Inc., which owns the Warner Bros. film studio, decided to stop paying streaming royalties to the streaming service, which is now called TiVo.
TiVo has been a major source of revenue for Netflix.
The streaming service has also been criticized for allowing users to stream video without signing up for its subscription service.
Netflix has not yet responded to a request for comment.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.