Dutch police have undertaken a major action against a card-sharing ring in the Netherlands arresting four men and three women.
The arrests took place in Apeldoorn, Enschede, Den Haag and Vlagtwedde and followed complaints from the M7 Group, owners of the Dutch DTH platform Canal Digitaal, and Irdeto.
The police confiscated equipment including decoders, computers, and smart cards, and administration including lists of customers of the card-sharing group.
This is the first large-scale coordinated action by Dutch police involving digital TV piracy. The police started their action in 2011 because of the growing number of advertisements for card sharing services on various online market places such as eBay and Marktplaats.
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