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Two of Las Vegas ‘ computer programmers are pleading guilty to running an illegal streaming website, which boasted more titles than Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, but didn’t have the permission of the copyright owners, the Justice Department announced Friday.
In europe, Julius, Polo, 36, pleaded guilty on Thursday to use, reproduce, distribute, and profit from copyrighted material and money laundering, according to a u.s. department of justice news release. Luis and Angel Villarino, 40, pleaded guilty Friday to one count of conspiracy to commit copyright infringement, the release said.
The two men also pleaded guilty in the building of “Jetflicks, the illegal tv streaming service.
According to the plea agreement, the Polo uses the most advanced computer program in order to download movies and tv shows on illegal sites around the world. The Polo will then be distributed to these programs through an online, subscription-based web site called iStreamItAll (ISIA).
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The Polo was that its website and offered over 118,000 in the television episodes as well as nearly 11,000 movies, and more content then Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. Polo is reportedly in e-mail to potential subscribers to the attention of the site’s extensive catalogue, and to encourage them to cancel their subscriptions to other licensed services.
ISIA, along with other piracy operations, of which Polo is permitted to be executed, he made more than $1 million, according to the u.s. department of justice.
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Both the Polo shirt and Villarino are allowed to work individually on a “Jetflicks,” a streaming service control based in Las Vegas, which has a plethora of titles to thousands of paid subscribers, without the permission of the copyright owner.
The men have admitted that they have used automated software to download and store any illegal content that is available on servers located in the usa and Canada are Jetficks subscribers-to-stream-or-download.
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Each of the streaming service, ISIA, and Jetflicks was available on a variety of devices, including pcs, smartphones, tablets, and smart tvs, according to the u.s. department of justice, in a news release.
Polo Villarino’s sentencing is scheduled for March in the Eastern District of Virginia.