In a joint search operation conducted by the Central Office for Cybercrime in Bavaria, which was set up at the General Prosecutor’s Office in Bamberg, and the Bayreuth Criminal Police […]
A 29-year-old Dutchman from Oude Wetering was convicted by a The Hague judge of piracy through card-sharing fraud giving illegal access to Ziggo’s TV offer.
Dutch cable operator Ziggo is seeking €755,000 in damages from a card-sharing pirate.
Following complaints by Dutch cabler VodafoneZiggo, a cybercrime team of the Midden-Nederland police arrested two men on suspicion of card sharing, a form of piracy in which a legitimate TV […]
On November 15, 2018, the main trial against five men accused of operating illegal card-sharing servers on a large scale began before the economic criminal chamber of the regional court […]
The Guardia Civil of Alicante has arrested three British men aged 30, 46 and 63 years in Formentera del Segura, who operated an illegal card-sharing operation.
Three pirates arrested during raids in 2013 have been sentenced at the Zutphen courthouse, The Netherlands.
Dutch cable operator Ziggo is seeking €1.6 million in damages from a 36-year old man from Apeldoorn who supplied card-sharing codes to his clients.
The German appeal court of Celle has confirmed the legal assessment of the district court of Verden in the trial against a Sky Deutschland card sharing pirate.
The combined Dutch TV platforms are joining forces to combat card sharing and illegal video streaming.