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Police breaks Rio de Janeiro TV piracy ring

Monday 23 October 2017 | 11:35 CET | News
The Rio de Janeiro police have arrested fifteen people accused of participating in a fraud scheme in the installation and sale of cable TV and internet services, reports O Globo. Investigations into the Node operation began about a year ago and aimed to dismantle the fraudulent scheme involving five outsourced companies. The fraudulent contracts generated losses of approximately BRL 10 million for one operators alone.

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