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IPTV Lawsuit With 19TB of Data & ONE TON of Print Discovery Heads For Trial * TorrentFreak


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According to the U.S. government, subscription IPTV services Jetflicks and iStreamitAll were once two of the largest piracy platforms in the country. Eight Las Vegas residents were indicted in 2019 but while some pled guilty and were sentenced years ago, others are now heading to trial, 700 case filings later. With 19TB of data and 175,000 pages of print discovery weighing roughly a ton in paper form, this could be the most convoluted streaming piracy prosecution ever seen in the United States.

Almost half a decade ago, eight Las Vegas men were indicted by a grand jury for conspiring to violate criminal copyright law.

The U.S. government labeled Jetflicks and iStreamitAll as two of the largest pirate streaming platforms in the United States.

Disguised as an aviation service, Jetflicks allegedly offered a library of 183,285 pirated TV episodes. iStreamitAll allegedly made available more than 118,479 TV shows and 10,980 movies to its…

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