U.S. 'Pirate' Streaming Site Operator Gets AmnestyTorrentFreak
Feb. 27, 2013
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The Texan operator of Channelsurfing.net has made a deal with the United States Government to avoid prosecution. The man, who was arrested in 2011 after the domain name of his website was seized, stood accused of criminal copyright infringement for linking to sport streams. In the agreement, the U.S. attorney says that itís in the best interest of all concerned to give McCarthy amnesty.