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BREIN Pulled 610 Pirate Sites and Services Offline Last Year * TorrentFreak

Supported by Hollywood and other content industries, Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN has a long and well-established track record.

The group’s actions regularly make it into our headlines, but there is also a lot of work carried out behind the scenes.

BREIN has just published its latest annual report, providing insights into the priorities of the organization and the progress being made. This was BREIN’s final year under the leadership of Tim Kuik, who recently handed his life’s work to the organization’s new director, Bastiaan van Ramshorst.

610 ‘Shutdowns’

Looking at the latest numbers, we see that the anti-piracy group has closed the books on a very productive year. In total, BREIN completed 615 investigations, which resulted in the shutdown of 610 illegal sites and services.

These targets include 501 proxies and mirrors, 14 pirate streaming sites, 14 IPTV/VOD sellers, as well as 23 uploaders, scripters, and operators who were connected to various pirate sites.


You can read the full Torrent Freak article here

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