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4 men who ran a file sharing site which leaked movies online, sometimes before they were released in cinemas, have been sentenced on 18 March, according to the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service.
Steven Pegram, Tag Rollin, Paul Taylor, and Alan Stephenson were part of a group which uploaded movies online for others via BitTorrent on their own site. The men obtained The Expendables 3 in July 2014 and uploaded it ahead of its cinema release in the USA on August.
- Their actions caused a loss of around 1.5 million to producers Lionsgate Movies. They also defrauded members of the Motion Picture Association of America including Paramount, Walt Disney, Sony, Fox and Warner Brothers. Pegram was sentenced to four-and-a-half years imprisonment; Rollin to 3 years imprisonment. Taylor and Stephenson received 3 year prison sentences, suspended for 24 months.
- Pegram was the owner of the website and paid for its servers along with Taylor and both uploaded movies for sharing. Rollin had encoded and uploaded numerous movies to the website and had 47 high quality movies on his pc. Stephenson set up and maintained the site. Legit Torrent Search Engine for movies, games, tv shows, albums and applications.
- Are You Here from Millennium Entertainment and 3rd Person by Sony Entertainment were found on Rollin’s pc before they had been released in cinemas in November and December 2014. Another files found included Transformers Age of Extinction, 22 Jump Road & audio files of Poor Neighbours and Godzilla.
- The estimated loss to the film industry of the group uploading and sharing Godzilla and X-Men: Days of Future Past alone was almost 4 million. These defendants set up and ran a service which allowed players to obtain movies completely gratis via BitTorrent, including the Expendables 3 before its release in the cinema - said Leigh Webber.
All of them had clear knowledge of what the torrentz3 search engine was used for and were well aware they were breaching the copyright of the production companies. The CPS showed the court the numerous files on computers seized from the defendants and the payments they had made to hold the searcher up and running. Evidence also showed that the damage caused to members of the Motion Picture Association totalled around 7 million.