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A new wave of shutdowns and raids against pirate IPTV kicks off


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The fight against pirated IPTV has intensified in recent years, but there are State security forces and bodies that have been fighting it for more than a decade. The UK had several units linked to online crime, and this week it announced that they have joined forces to form a group with even more operational power.

The City of London Police, the lead body in the fight against fraud, has partnered with the Intellectual Property Office and the North West Regional Organized Crime Unit to create the North West Police Intellectual Property Crimes Unit (NWPIPCU) . In total, there are six forces that comprise it: Lancashire Police, Greater Manchester Police, Merseyside Police, Cheshire Police, Cumbria Police and North Wales Police, and they do not stop making new arrests.

Two arrests against a pirated IPTV service

This was announced yesterday, where the NWPIPCU carried out five raids related to pirate IPTV , which ended with the arrest of two people and the seizure of electronic devices, cash, and counterfeit products, including IPTV receivers . Unfortunately, they have not given more details on the name of the service or the number of users who used it.

According to the authorities, crimes against intellectual property cost the economy hundreds of millions of euros a year, and threaten thousands of jobs. Of all their investigations, they affirm that the damage done by the piracy of these services amounts to 2.66 million euros .

There will be more operations soon

The operation carried out yesterday is far from the end. In fact, Superintendent Paul Denn says that they have "more operations against pirated IPTV" in the works that will demonstrate the real scope of this type of pirated IPTV services that more and more users use. The authorities claim to be aware of the activity carried out by those who offer these services.

The IPTV Pirate payment has become an alternative increasingly used for sporting events live, as they offer good image quality and thousands of channels from around the world, adapting to what users demand. The problem is that those who offer this content are exposed to fines that can reach millions of dollars, in addition to jail time.

In addition, users risk completely losing the money invested in these services, since, for example, if they pay a subscription year, and after two months it closes, all the money is lost and there is no way to claim it. Added to this is the risk that our data, such as our IP address , ends up in the hands of the authorities after the raids and may take us to court.

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