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Police arrest administrators of Spanish p2p link site

Friday 17 July 2015 | 09:35 CET | News
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Spanish police have arrested the three administrators of the highly popular p2p link site Series.ly, reports El Confidencial. Sources indicate that the platform, administered by Andreu Caritg, David Tarda and Oriol Sole, had obtained profits upwards of EUR 600,000 over the past three years thanks to advertising revenue and an ad-free option from customers in countries such as the UK, Germany, US, Mexico, Chile, Finland, Ecuador and Spain. The platform, which also acts as a social network site for fans of series and movies, announced the removal of all illegal links in December but the police

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