Investigators from anti-piracy organisation FACT have joined forces with Police in a series of raids against illegal streaming services.
Police in West Mercia have arrested a man in connection with the suspected illegal streaming of premium TV channels.
A serving Corporal in the Royal Air Force has been convicted of conspiracy to defraud and loss of service property.
Two out of three people in Germany (64%) are unaware of the hidden dangers of piracy – fraud, identity theft and malware – or its links to criminal gangs, according to new research by intellectual property protection organisation FACT.
A man who sold illegal devices designed to receive subscription TV channels without paying has been jailed.
The owner of a Watford pub has been ordered to pay £18,000 for illegally screening Sky Sports on his premises.
A Cornwall man will be sentenced next month after admitting the sale of £400,000 worth of illegal streaming subscriptions.
After a year-long complex investigation coordinated by Europol, authorities in Hampshire, south east England, Scotland and Ireland have arrested six, suspected of illicitly distributing premium TV channels by using IPTV technology.
Two pub directors and licensees have been ordered to pay a record £327,405 for the illegal use of Sky transmissions.
A new report from Electrical Safety First and FACT claims the majority of power supplies for illicit streaming devices pose substantial fire and electrical risks.