Saudi Arabian officials say they’ve carried out an “online inspection campaign” to crackdown on piracy in the Kingdom.
A combined operation by the Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), the Spanish Football League (LaLiga), NAGRA and Nordic Content Protection has resulted in the closure of an illegal IPTV streaming network based in Spain that served more than two million paying subscribers worldwide.
WATCH VIDEO. The Spanish National Police (Policía Nacional) has dismantled a large criminal network illegally distributing audiovisual content to 2 million subscribers in Europe, Asia and the Middle East and laundering the criminal proceeds.
A man who sold illegal devices designed to receive subscription TV channels without paying has been jailed.
A man who was convicted of selling illegal streaming devices (ISDs) has been ordered to pay back more than £520,000 to the ‘public purse’.
The owner of a Watford pub has been ordered to pay £18,000 for illegally screening Sky Sports on his premises.
Two Las Vegas men plead guilty to running illegal streaming services with more content than legal sites such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu.
The Pirate Bay has launched a Netflix-type streaming service, BayStream, making it easy to stream illegal videos.
Philippine broadcaster ABS-CBN has filed a $4m lawsuit against a Texas resident and a streaming service for allegedly pirating its content through illegal set-top boxes.
The police arrested a suspect in Cape Town for illegally selling pirate internet streaming devices and online content subscriptions.