Although consumers have many options to pay for several streaming video services. There are still thousands of people willing to pay for services like Netflix & Disney. Last weekend, the U.S. Department of Justice declared the appeal of two programmers accused of operating several illegal streaming websites. According to the Department of Justice, the site was so big that one of them, called ‘I Stream It All,’ has more content than Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Vudu. Not only that, these sites can persuade many people in the United States to give up legitimate websites like Netflix.
The Department of Justice also added that ‘iStreamItAll’ had 118,479 different TV episodes and 10,980 personal movies. Moreover, this is not even the scope of an illegal streaming solution. The accused programmers Darryl Polo and Luis Villarino, also said they were operating a streaming site called Jetflicks. The verdict also stated that Jetflicks and iStreamItAll are available over the Internet to the subscribers, and also designed to operate on different types of platforms and software. They are available on several devices, including various computer operating systems, smartphones, tablets, smart TV, and web browsers.
The paid subscribers of iStreamItAll have also been urged to give up subscriptions to services such as Netflix. They were urged to pay for pirated content on illegal sites, which is related to the fact that there is more content on unlawful websites. One accused also admitted that in addition to operating other pirated services, he had made a significant amount of revenue from the business. He further said that he uses computer programs to search for new illegal content on pirate sites. He then downloads, processes and stores these works. These shows and movies are then made available to the subscribers on the servers of Canada for streaming and downloading. He also admitted that he operated several other piracy services-including the Usenet NZB index site and has earned more than the US$ 1 million from the illegal business.