Tag: pirate sanctions

23. 5. 2024

A man (64) from Horní Bříza in the Pilsen region lost two and a half million crowns. The Plzeň-North District Court sentenced him to four years' probation.

30. 4. 2024

Two men who operated a business that sold unlicensed subscriptions to pay-TV sports channels have been given a 20-month suspended prison sentence.

29. 4. 2024

A 35-year-old man faces up to eight years in prison for apparently downloading 1 408 films and making them freely available for distribution. He caused nearly CZK 60 million in damages to copyright owners.

13. 4. 2024

A man from Moravian region Slovácko is being prosecuted by the police and faces up to 8 years in prison. He was supposed to upload over 2,000 files on the internet without the permission of the copyright owner.

15. 2. 2024

A man from London who made £247,552 by illegally streaming sports and movie channels, as well as other premium television content, has been sentenced.

8. 2. 2024

Police in Svidník, Slovakia, is prosecuting a copyright infringement case in which an illegal uploader posted thousands of films on the web.

5. 2. 2024

A man from Manchester has received a 22-month suspended sentence after an eight-year investigation into the advertising and sale of unauthorised TV decoders.

11. 10. 2023

FACT scores another success in the fight against illegal content distribution: a man who sold streaming sticks capable of receiving pirated Premier League matches has been jailed for two and a half years.

21. 8. 2023

According to the prosecution a Dutch pirate streaming service allowed customers to watch unlimited films and series for €10 a month.

15. 8. 2023

A trial for illegal access to Sky Deutschland’s pay-TV service ended with a fine at a German court today.

10. 6. 2023

The latest example from Britain, but also other examples from Europe, show that piracy can be effectively detected but also condemned.