Piracy Raid: Spanish National Police, Premier League and Irdeto Join to Shut Down ISP

February 10, 2017
The Spanish National Police successfully raided a store in a Calahonda shopping center in Málaga, Spain owned by an ISP suspected of hosting a large-scale illegal IPTV streaming business, thanks to a collaborative effort with Premier League and Irdeto. Investigations revealed that the ISP in question, known as “Y Internet,” was being run by two U.K. citizens and providing unauthorized online subscription services featuring more than 100 international pay TV channels, including Premier League matches. This is what they found at the scene. (credit: Spanish National Police)
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