Ahead of Saturday’s UEFA Champions League final it’s been revealed that 5,100 illegal streams were detected over the internet during the knockout stages of the competition.
A man has been sentenced to 10 months imprisonment for selling illegalTV devices and for re-offending, since being prosecuted and sentenced for the same crime in October 2016.
The Limburg District Court in Maastricht has ruled that the Dutch pirate IPTV linker under the name of Leaper Beheer BV needs to shut down its services or pay €1.25 million.
Ukrainian authorities have broken up a pirate operation in the capital, Kiev, estimated to have lost TV rights holders UAH1.5 million (€48,000).
Thee three main Belgian ISPs Proximus, Telenet and VOO are joining with right holders and are now blocking 33 websites and 450 domains on copyright grounds.
A man has been ordered to pay £45,000 in fines and damages for the illegal distribution of Sky Sports.
The value of illegal accesses to illegal content in Spain amounted to €21.899 billion in 2017. This represented a decrease of 6% compared to 2016 and an accumulated decrease of 9% compared to 2015.
Pirate streaming site 123movies, also known as 123movieshub and GoMovies, has announced its shutdown.
The criminal court in the French city of Rennes has sentenced four men, aged between 29 and 36, who were the administrators of Liberty Land, a site that provided links to pirated content.
Europol and the Spanish Police have arrested six individuals in a big hit to illegal streaming TV networks, that were offered at over 14,000 points of sale.