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ACE & MPA Target Dozens of Streaming Pirates, Some With a Subtle New ‘Trick’ * TorrentFreak

ACE logoThe Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment is a global anti-piracy coalition that counts the major Hollywood studios, Netflix, Amazon, and dozens more media giants among its members.

From Apple TV+ to the BBC, Bell Canada, and Canal+, ACE members want pirate streaming platforms out of business but to do that effectively, identifying pirate site operators is a key aim. This can be achieved in a number of ways. One of the most popular options is to obtain DMCA subpoenas in the United States that compel infrastructure and domain companies to hand over the detail of their clients.

DMCA subpoenas requesting data on the operators of hundreds of ‘pirate’ domains have been filed in recent years, with many targets eventually ending up in ISP blocking applications. Others are hit with cease-and-desist notices and/or direct legal action.

The fate of those behind dozens of domains targeted in the new batch of ACE/MPA subpoenas detailed below is yet to be determined but a mix of the…

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