BREAKING: Several People Indicted in Illegal TV and Movie Streaming Service Case

A federal grand jury has indicted eight defendants who are accused of running two of the largest illegal TV and movie streaming services in the U.S.

Kristopher Lee Dallmann, 36; Darryl Julius Polo, aka djppimp, 36; Douglas M. Courson, 59; Felipe Garcia, 37; Jared Edward Jaurequi, aka Jared Edwards, 38; Peter H. Huber, 61; Yoany Vaillant, aka Yoany Vaillant Fajardo, 38; and Luis Angel Villarino, 40, allegedly ran an entity called Jetflicks, an online subscription-based service that permitted users to stream and download copyrighted television programs without the permission of the relevant copyright owners.

Polo reportedly left Jetflicks eventually to create a competing site based in Las Vegas called iStreamItAll (ISIA) that at one point claimed to have 115,849 different television episodes and 10,511 individual movies. Both of the services offered the streaming services for a monthly subscription fee and publicly advertised that they had a wider selection than Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon Prime.

Source: Eight Defendants Charged with Running Two of the Largest Illegal Television Show and Movie Streaming Services in the United States | OPA | Department of Justice

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