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    Arrest over Suspected illegal streaming operation

    Suffolk Police made an arrest yesterday.

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    The guy was restreaming to 100,000 others.

    _https://www.eadt.co.uk/news/illegal-tv-streaming-hollesley-woodbridge-suffolk-1-6724524

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    So a 100,000 other arrests are to follow, I doubt it.

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    log all the ip's then contact the broadband providers so they can get your address, pop round a boot your door in

    have they said how many billions this has cost the likes of Sky in lost revenue?

    just like a major drugs bust when a few grams of weed/coke has been take off the streets with a value of a gazzillion pounds
    Last edited by 3tv; 02-07-2020 at 01:18 PM.

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    There's a story in the national news today
    Police raided some crime bosses houses for guns & drugs
    Apparently they were using Android phones that encrypted texts ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by catseye View Post
    There's a story in the national news today
    Police raided some crime bosses houses for guns & drugs
    Apparently they were using Android phones that encrypted texts ?
    yes it encrypted what thay was doing turning camera off location and another i cannot remember. then thay could hide, not knowing to them the police had cracked the code i think 48 arrested and all using software. police had there picks.

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