Netflix’s Sacred Games leaked, Falls Prey to Piracy Sites

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The popular web series Sacred Games-2, released on August 15, has fallen victim to piracy. The pirated video messaging app of the series is also available on many websites along with Telegram. According to The Economic Times, some of these websites spread phishing and malware. On the telegram channel, a pirated version of Sacred Games-2 is available to thousands of users. Internet and Mobile Association of India and Alliance (IAMAI) has been trying to remove the pirated content of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Z5 and Alt Balaji in this case with the help of Maharashtra Cyber ​​Digital Crime Unit (MCDCU).

Trying to stop

IAMAI president Subha Ray told ET that the industry association is preparing a proposal in this matter. However, when it was tried to talk to Netflix about this, the company refused to give any response. Formed in the year 2017, MCDCU is running a fast campaign against piracy with Star India, Viacom 18, Sony, Motion Picture Association and Indian Music Industry.

Film sector suffers heavy losses

The film sector is losing about Rs 200 billion due to piracy. MCDCU has banned 236 million hits per month so far, with 300 websites showing pirated content.

They also committed piracy in the previous season

An analyst with knowledge of the matter said that the business of fast piracy is booming because the audience can easily access it. They do not need to spend money for paid content. The amazing thing is that there is no significant difference in the quality of the pirated content either. Talking about last year, Sacred Games-1 was available for free on many websites till a few days after coming on Netflix.

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