Kodi's rapid growth is continuing to cause concern for the TV, film and music industry.
This hugely popular Kodi service is now thought to be in over five million UK homes with many more users accessing content via the platform across the globe.
Kodi software itself is not illegal but it can easily be adapted and changed with third-party add-ons providing access to pirated and illegal content.
These add-ons bring access to thousands of streams with football, movies, TV and music all available without paying a subscription.
It's these add-ons which have caught the eye of law, with the UK’s ISPs, government agencies, broadcasters and rights holders joining forces to try and disrupt the streams being pushed out across the internet.
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One service, called Navi-X, closed itself down last month after coming under increasing legal pressure.
Speaking about why it closed voluntarily, the Navi-X team said: "Every good thing must come to an end.
"After ten years of successful operation, Navi-X has sadly being discontinued.
"The main reason why the decision was made to discontinue the Navi-X service is the current legal climate surrounding Kodi.
"In case you aren’t aware, the abundance of preloaded Kodi box sellers has resulted in a lot of heat on Kodi in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
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Along with the legal issues, the Navi-X team say the their software has become "overrun" with illeagl adverts and hidden adult content.
"Navi-X had slowly become overrun with people trying to make a quick buck." Continues the post.
"Many were using it as an easy way to advertise their paid IPTV services to our users, which is something we’ve always been strongly against.
Now it seems another group of add-ons have also shut down their Kodi streams.
A group called ZIRA had filed an injunction demanding that the services shut down or face heavy penalties.
The pressure appeared too much and the streams, including those from a popular service called Abeksis, have now been closed.
According to TorrentFreak , even though these add-ons weren't cashing in on their service, and offered totally legal streams as well as illegal ones, the threat of a lawsuit was too much.
And as a warning to Kodi users, the three sites have now replaced their regular content with a message from ZIRA which reads: “The site you’ve entered was taken down since it was violating intellectual property rights. The site’s operators were fined by the court and therefore the site ceased to operate!” the message reads.
“The cost of copyright infringement is paid by the Israeli population, Israeli culture and the income of the producers."
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The news of this lastest block comes as Facebook has also decided to get tough on Kodi.
Facebook's advertising policy now explicitly bans the sale of any streaming device that facilitates or encourages unauthorised access to digital media.
The social network confirmed to Express.co.uk that it tweaked its Commerce Policy to prohibit the sales of these so-called Kodi Boxes.
Facebook is following in the footsteps of similar blanket bans from the likes of eBay and Amazon.
The latter has taken an increasingly tough stance on streaming boxes that "promote" or "suggest" the easy facilitation of piracy.