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80% of a country's pirated IPTV shut down in a single raid

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The IPTV pirate goes through its greatest moment of persecution worldwide, to equal its popularity is also at peak levels. The anti - piracy associations seek to close these portals in all possible ways. Italy is one of the countries that is fighting the most against this form of broadcast, and now a macro-operation has meant a huge setback against the broadcast of pirated IPTV in the country.

The so-called Operation Black Out began when the country's police began to investigate IPTV vendors in the Catania region , who offered their services on Telegram, social networks and various web pages. As the investigation progressed, they discovered the source of the content, which was being distributed through servers.

An investigation that got very serious

That source, apparently, is used by 80% of the pirate IPTV providers in the country. After thoroughly investigating it, they carried out a macro-gathering with 200 specialists in 11 regions of the country: Catania, Palermo, Reggio Calabria, Bari, Naples, Ancona, Rome, Cagliari, Milan, Florence and Venice.

Among the content they offered were from platforms such as Sky, DAZN or Netflix . Its closure caused a real blackout in the country, affecting 80% of these emissions in the country. This amounts to about 1.5 million subscriptions for IPTV illegal , generating around 15 million euros per month .

Killing the ringleaders of pirate IPTV in Italy

The operation of the network was simple. At the top were content providers, who obtained it by paying for their legal subscriptions. Then, they captured, encoded and distributed the signal through an infrastructure, whose access they sold to pirate IPTV portals , which in turn already offered them to end users. In the raids they have obtained access to the hardware and equipment they used, in addition to tens of thousands of euros in cash related to this activity. In the following video you can see part of the equipment and money, where there were dozens of decoders for pirate Sky IPTV .

As a consequence, there are currently about 45 people under investigation. The authorities have also taken the opportunity to threaten users who hire this type of service, as they have done in previous raids. In one of them they even showed a warning on the screen saying that they had registered the IP addresses of all users and that they were going to take legal action against them, with fines of up to 25,000 euros per user . Last February, 223 subscribers were reported in the country, who are facing this fine, but the trial has not yet been held. With this, they want to create an alert for the risk of using pirated IPTV .

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