As part of a crackdown on copyrighted material, media conglomerate, ABS-CBN Corp. is suing 40 video piracy outlets. They also released a statement announcing the filing of a $40 million case in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
The broadcasting network said that the websites were infringing on ABS-CBN copyrights and trademarks as described in the case ABS-CBN v. 123Fullpinoymovies.hub.com. They also mentioned that a temporary injunction was recently granted against these 40 pirate domains by the judge.
Pirates, according to ABS-CBN, have thrived since the COVID-19 pandemic. Piracy domains included malware that could corrupt user electronics. Stephen M. Gaffigan and Christine Daley are representing attorneys in the lawsuit.

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