Asian pirate video apps, Desi TV and Live TV are facing legal action after a piracy case was filed in a federal court in New York.
Previously, the International Broadcaster Coalition Against Piracy (IBCAP) successfully filed lawsuits against Chitram TV for more than $31 million and MyIndianTV for more than $26 million in damages plus injunctive relief.
“This latest case reiterates that IBCAP and its members will not tolerate piracy and will take action against illegal IPTV services and their dealers who ignore our take down notices” said Chris Kuelling, executive director of IBCAP. “Dealers of these illegal IPTV services need to realise that they are risking their entire business by being involved, and it simply is not worth taking that risk.”
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