@Ali_M There is no discrimination. Roku removed the channel because they were streaming the content illegally, as they did not have permission from the content owners. Roku will not allow any channel to stream content illegally, as that can make them legally liable. There have been reports that the other channel is streaming without permission either. If Roku confirms that, you can expect that channel to be removed as well.
If the provider can offer proof they are streaming the content legally, then Roku would likely allow them to return to the platform. But without that proof, it's gone for good.
If you destroy your Roku, that certainly is your privilege. But there's plenty of other content that might be of interest to you on it if you look through the available channels. And you have no basis of a suit against Roku, as the end user license agreement says they have the right to remove content at any time.
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