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Darryl Julius Polo

Eight men have been accused of running the largest illegal streaming service in the United States with more content than Netflix, Hula and Amazon Prime together.

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According to the indictment, Kristopher Lee Dallmann, 36; Darryl Julius Polo, 36; Douglas M. Courson, 59; Felipe Garcia, 37; Jared Edward Jaurequi, 38; Peter H. Huber, 61; Yoany Vaillant, 38; and Luis Angel Villarino, 40, would have run Jetflicks.

Jetflicks is an online subscription-based service with headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada, which allowed users to stream and sometimes download copyrighted TV programs & # 39; without the permission of the copyright owners & # 39 ;, said the authorities.

Darryl Julius Polo

Kristopher Lee Dallmann

Kristopher Lee Dallmann

Eight men have been accused of running the largest illegal streaming service in the United States with more content than Netflix, Hula and Amazon Prime together. They include Darryl Julius Polo, (left) and Kristopher Lee Dallmann, (right)

According to the indictment, Kristopher Dallmann, 36; Darryl Polo, 36; Douglas Courson, 59; Felipe Garcia, 37; Jared Jaurequi, 38; Peter Huber, 61; Yoany Vaillant, 38; and Luis Villarino, 40, allegedly executed Jetflicks (file image), an online subscription-based service

According to the indictment, Kristopher Dallmann, 36; Darryl Polo, 36; Douglas Courson, 59; Felipe Garcia, 37; Jared Jaurequi, 38; Peter Huber, 61; Yoany Vaillant, 38; and Luis Villarino, 40, allegedly executed Jetflicks (file image), an online subscription-based service

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According to the indictment, Kristopher Dallmann, 36; Darryl Polo, 36; Douglas Courson, 59; Felipe Garcia, 37; Jared Jaurequi, 38; Peter Huber, 61; Yoany Vaillant, 38; and Luis Villarino, 40, allegedly executed Jetflicks (file image), an online subscription-based service

Polo left Jetflicks and created a competitive site that was also based in Las Vegas, called iStreamItAll (ISIA).

At one point, Jetflicks claimed to have more than 183,200 different television episodes, and iStreamItAll claimed to have 115,849 different TV episodes and 10,511 individual films.

Authorities claim that the men are conspiring to violate federal copyright law by exploiting two of the largest unauthorized streaming services that resulted in the loss of millions of dollars by TV shows and movie owners.

Polo left Jetflicks and created a competing site that was also based in Las Vegas, called iStreamItAll (ISIA) (file image)

Polo left Jetflicks and created a competing site that was also based in Las Vegas, called iStreamItAll (ISIA) (file image)

Polo left Jetflicks and created a competing site that was also based in Las Vegas, called iStreamItAll (ISIA) (file image)

At one point, Jetflicks (file image) claimed to have more than 183,200 different television episodes and iStreamItAll claimed to have 115,849 different TV episodes and 10,511 individual films

At one point, Jetflicks (file image) claimed to have more than 183,200 different television episodes and iStreamItAll claimed to have 115,849 different TV episodes and 10,511 individual films

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At one point, Jetflicks (file image) claimed to have more than 183,200 different television episodes and iStreamItAll claimed to have 115,849 different TV episodes and 10,511 individual films

According to the indictment, the men reproduced tens of thousands of copyrighted television episodes without permission, and distributed the infringing programs to tens of thousands of paid subscribers throughout the US.

Like Jetflicks, ISIA offered content for a regular subscription fee to viewers in the United States, and ISIA & # 39; publicly claimed it had more content than Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon Prime & # 39 ;.

Jetflicks has obtained their content from pirate websites such as The Pirate Bay, RARBG and Torrentz, according to the indictment some of the largest torrent and Usenet sites in the world that specialize in infringing content.

Like Jetflicks, ISIA offered content for a regular subscription fee to viewers in the United States, and ISIA & # 39; publicly claimed it had more content than Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon Prime & # 39 ;. One of the accused men is Darryl Julius Polo, (photo)

Like Jetflicks, ISIA offered content for a regular subscription fee to viewers in the United States, and ISIA & # 39; publicly claimed it had more content than Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon Prime & # 39 ;. One of the accused men is Darryl Julius Polo, (photo)

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Like Jetflicks, ISIA offered content for a regular subscription fee to viewers in the United States, and ISIA & # 39; publicly claimed it had more content than Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon Prime & # 39 ;. One of the accused men is Darryl Julius Polo, (photo)

They allegedly carried out the unauthorized streaming services that led to the loss of millions of dollars by TV shows and movie owners. One of the accused men is Kristopher Lee Dallmann, (photo)

They allegedly performed the unauthorized streaming services that resulted in the loss of millions of dollars by TV shows and movie owners. One of the accused men is Kristopher Lee Dallmann, (photo)

They allegedly performed the unauthorized streaming services that resulted in the loss of millions of dollars by TV shows and movie owners. One of the accused men is Kristopher Lee Dallmann, (photo)

& # 39; The suspects have reportedly used advanced computer code to search worldwide pirate sites for new illegal content to download, process and store the shows, and then make these episodes available on servers in the United States and Canada to Jetflicks subscribers for streaming and / or downloading, & # 39; the charge is.

Some of the films offered by ISIA were not yet available for authorized sale, download or playback outside of a cinema.

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Both sites are designed to work on various devices, platforms and software, including various computer operating systems, smartphones, tablets, smart televisions, video game consoles, digital media players, and web browsers.

Dallmann was also accused of criminal copyright infringement through reproduction or distribution, criminal copyright through public execution and money laundering.

Authorities accused Polo of criminal copyright infringement by distributing a copyrighted work prepared for commercial distribution, criminal copyright infringement by reproduction or distribution, criminal copyright infringement by public execution and money laundering.

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