This has recently come to my attention:
Hams.live (yes, .live is a genuine Top Level Domain) is a system which takes a curated list of some 500 KiwiSDR receivers and manipulates and presents the receivers through a custom interface. Up to four KiwiSDR receivers can be viewed by a user at one time.
Browse to the site and watch the demo video to see what it is and how it works.
Hams.live charges users an annual subscription of $US40 for access to their system.
It is my opinion that hams.live is exploiting a predominantly free resource which doesn’t belong to them for commercial use without the knowledge or permission of the owners.
I don’t know how the wider KiwiSDR community feels about having their receivers hijacked for commercial purposes but as a KiwiSDR owner myself I’m not happy.