Pirate IPTV Data Center Raid Took Down Several Innocent Websites
This week, the Dutch fiscal police took down one of Europe’s largest illegal IPTV operations, which acted as a supplier to many smaller services. The action centered around a local data center where 1,200 servers were pulled offline. Many of these servers were allegedly used to serve IPTV, but the action also took down several legitimate websites operated by entirely innocent companies.
The Internet is littered with shady IPTV services that offer a lot, for very little money.
These deals often seem too good to be true and in most cases they are; at least for those who prefer to stay on the right side of the law.
This week, Dutch fiscal police (FIOD) landed a major success in the battle against this type of piracy by shutting down one of Europe’s largest IPTV operations. This wasn’t just a random target either. The operation presumably offered its services to countless smaller IPTV sellers, which served over a million subscribers.
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