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    Default Card Sharing Unit In Europe Busted


    Cband says card sharing in Europe is legal.

    Thank god he is not may legal counsel then...

    http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news...le_10731.shtml


    Web page adminstrators, decoder distrubutors and local cable TV chiefs were among those arrested

    50 people have been arrested in the first police operation in Europe against the pirating of television signals.

    The arrests were carried out in 15 Spanish provinces and included 10 web page administrators, 22 distributors of TV decoders and 16 managers of local cable TV networks.

    Two presidents of residential communities are also among the detained.

    The group are thought to have distributed more than 1,000 decoders with altered software in order to receive satellite TV signals fraudulently, and to have made some 140,000 € so far.

    It’s understood that both Spanish and European TV services were affected.
    If Evolution works, why so many idiots?


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    Sad news. No more card sharing in Europe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ******2engineer View Post
    Cband says card sharing in Europe is legal.

    Thank god he is not may legal counsel then...

    http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news...le_10731.shtml


    Web page adminstrators, decoder distrubutors and local cable TV chiefs were among those arrested

    50 people have been arrested in the first police operation in Europe against the pirating of television signals.

    The arrests were carried out in 15 Spanish provinces and included 10 web page administrators, 22 distributors of TV decoders and 16 managers of local cable TV networks.

    Two presidents of residential communities are also among the detained.

    The group are thought to have distributed more than 1,000 decoders with altered software in order to receive satellite TV signals fraudulently, and to have made some 140,000 € so far.

    It’s understood that both Spanish and European TV services were affected.
    HI
    Read the posting ! Altered software...no mention of card share !
    I repeat : the EU brought out a directive on sat broadcasting. Each EU country was to impliment it 'in principle' . Almost every EU country's laws permit ie do not make illegal ...non commercial sharing of cards.
    Most permit pirating of services which cannot be legally subscribed to on the principle that you cannot steal what cannot be sold...ie the famous case of a corpse in the last century....special laws had to be implimented for that.
    Of course copyright law and civil contract law is a different matter.

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    The cardboard boxes on the piccie look a lot like the boxes the visionnets came in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weirdo View Post
    The cardboard boxes on the piccie look a lot like the boxes the visionnets came in.
    hehehe

    No they are not vissionet
    there service they run was the Mvision 9080 Net
    Told u it was a good receiver

    I say no more on the subject


 

 

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