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Cyber Police Locks Video Service QFILM.TV



The officers of the Cybercrime Prevention Unit in Kyiv Region within the Department of Cyber Police of the National Police of Ukraine in cooperation with the investigation officers of Desniansky Division of the Kyiv Municipal Police blocked the operation of the video service QFILM.TV, set up by a Vinnitsa Region resident for personal gain. This is reported on the official website of the National Police.

The report states that due to mastering conspiracy techniques, the 34-year-old man carried out “broadcasting and rebroadcasting of audio and video content without relevant documents and permits of copyright holders – world-famed international companies.” At that, the Cyber Police doesn’t specify the above companies.

To organize the illegal service, the trespasser used his own computer, storage media, as well as bank and SIM cards. All those were seized by police officers as material evidence. All electronics has actually been sent for examination.

For the time being, the law-breaker is subject to be served with charges within the legal terms. He is facing up to two years in prison.

Let us recall that earlier the Cyber Police shut down the online cinema ToVideo.net, which also distributed pirated video content.