Police close Italy's top piracy sites

Channels accounted for 90% of audio-visual, publishing piracy

(ANSA) - ROME, SEP 23 - The finance police on Wednesday closed 58 illegal websites, over 250 web domains of second and third level and 18 Telegram channels, which, together, allegedly accounted for around 90% of Italy's audio-visual and publishing piracy.
    These online channels illegally distributed content protected by copyright via around 80 million accesses a year. (ANSA).
   

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