Nitro IPTV Faces $100m Piracy Damages But it Could’ve Been Worse
Pirate IPTV service Nitro TV was sued by DISH Network in 2021 for mass violations of the DMCA’s anti-circumvention provisions and breaches of the Federal Communications Act. A new filing reveals that Nitro’s operators could face a damages award of $100m and that’s with DISH significantly lowering what it says it is entitled to claim under the law.
In April 2020, a coalition of entertainment companies led by Universal, Paramount, Columbia, Disney and Amazon filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the operators of ‘pirate’ IPTV service Nitro TV.
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