1,800 Customers Face ‘Stolen Goods’ Fines

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Italy’s Guardia di Finanza has concluded an investigation into a reseller of pirate IPTV. The 70-year-old behind the service stands accused of IP offenses against Mediaset Premium, Sky, Disney+ and DAZN after earning 500,000 euros on which he paid no tax. Perhaps more significantly, 1,800 former subscribers to the service now face fines for receiving stolen goods.

Pirate IPTV Investigation: 1,800 Customers Face 'Stolen Goods' Fines * TorrentFreak
 

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It's a simple and clever tactic, scare the people who pay so they stop buying
 

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Well it seems there hitting everyone next down the line. I don't think their too arsed about the rest as it becomes to expensive to enforce fines and the cost totally outweighs what they'll recover. Soft tactic syndrome similar to the old poll tax recovery hit the easy targets and those who play clever carry on regardless.


Tarak in Turkey won't give a flying f**k
 
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