Pirated Content Video Service Was Closed In The EU
The law enforcement authorities of the European Union closed the video service, which broadcast pirated content.
The platform provided services for several years and all this time accepted payments to its crypto-wallets, bank accounts, and PayPal system. The creators of the platform have earned more than 15 million euros for more than five years.
Europol carried a search, seized property, expensive cars, cash, cryptocurrencies, and jewelry for almost 5 million euros. Besides, more than 1 million euros are frozen in various banks.
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