Owners of Jetflicks and iStreamItAll have been charged with the loss of “millions of dollars by television program and motion picture copyright owners.”
Eight charged with conspiring to violate federal criminal copyright law by running illegal streaming services Jetflicks and iStreamItAll.
Illegal television and movie streaming services Jetflicks and iStreamItAll (ISIA) once boasted of offering over 180,000 and 115,000 pirated television episodes.
Jetflicks and iStreamItAll claimed to offer more content than Netflix and Amazon.
The programmers behind the services were indicted Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia.
In a sweeping indictment, the feds came down hard on two unauthorized streaming services that allegedly crossed a very important line.
A federal grand jury yesterday indicted eight people who allegedly ran two pirate streaming services that "offered more television programs and movies than legitimate streaming services such as Netfli