Illicit streaming devices bring piracy to the mass market – and it's terrifying Hollywood


Pirated movies and shows in the digital age have long been available on massive online servers, called cyberlockers, as well as shared on peer-to-peer networks. But the online portals haven’t always been that simple for novices to access or navigate. — Dreamstime/TNS

SAN DIEGO: No longer tucked away in the dark reaches of the Internet, the streaming of pirated television shows and films has gone mainstream.

Just look at Heroes IPTV.

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