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We do not host any files on our server and we dont upload any Videos on other hosting websites.Our website works like a search engine, gathering and sorting Videos from other websites like ( Youtube, Dailymotion, etc ... ) and showing the embeded code or the direct link.Site owners hold no responsibility for any illegal usage of the content. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners / hosters, or report directly to us.
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www.tvneshqip.com some times, it sends you to some links that have nothing to do with us and we do not hold any responsibility for how you will use these links and what damage they can bring, moreover, we can not guarantee that by going to www.tvneshqip.com you will not take any viruses or malware, even if we consider this impossible.
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Watching streaming TV channels is a crime, we do not, if you do it, it's not our fault.
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Google project zero researcher Jann Horn describes ways cookies can be read by intermediaries, like Wi-Fi hostspot providers. He recommends to use the browser in incognito mode in such circumstances.
I don't hold any responsibility, the links of the channels come from third parties and not from me, only digitalb can transmit these channels. I don't use my application and my web site to watch these TV channels and I do not hold any re-consectability if you do.