The event is available to any registered member. The only rule we check is the referrer is real person and not to yourself (we all have many email addresses). A normal user won't use a server at hosting center to watch live streaming TV. Once an account is blocked, we are not going to unblock the account.
If there are over 50% of hack-activity, we would shut down the whole region. It has happened to China and South Africa.
We would even shut down the whole event if hack-activity is over 80%, as stated in the last rule of the referrer event
We don't feel like spend valuable engineering time for things like this - push out new features such as Chromecast, DVR are much more important and fairly to all of us. The above description is now systematically and customer support staff couldn't override it. We are sorry if it bother you, but this is how it's going to be.
Many users are sharing the code on their personal blog, Facebook wall, Twitter, or posting to forum. These are very effective and many users have obtained many years of free subscription time as result. It's easier and better.