Hollywood Group Kills Hundreds of “Pirate” TV and Movie Streaming SitesTorrentFreak
Mar. 28, 2013
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The popular movie and TV streaming script TVstreamScript has shut down “voluntarily” following pressure from movie industry group FACT. The script was used by hundreds of streaming sites, which have all been rendered useless overnight. FACT tells TorrentFreak that convincing site owners to sign over their domains is one of the strategies they use to tackle online piracy.