Earlier this year, the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment shut down one of the largest piracy sites, Zoro.to. The anti-piracy group struck a deal with its Vietnamese operator, who also ran the popular 2Embed service. Shortly before shutting down, Zoro.to was ‘acquired’ by Aniwatch.to, which now finds itself at the center of a new ACE investigation.
There’s no denying the many victories of the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) over the past few years.
The anti-piracy group, which represents the major Hollywood studios and other prominent rightsholders such as Apple, BBC, and Netflix, systematically hunts down key piracy players.
A few weeks ago, ACE claimed one of the most significant successes this year by shutting down 2Embed following negotiations with its Hanoi, Vietnam-based operator.
2Embed was one of the key services that took the pirate streaming world by storm. The site offered access to a catalog of pirate…