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Police, IFW Nab Film Pirate in Pampanga

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Published on Oct 4, 2016

Members of the Philippine National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group on Monday arrested a computer science graduate for allegedly uploading pirated films and TV shows online.
Police identified the suspect as Rainier Tamayo, who was earlier complained by an international film group for leaking films on the internet, a News To Go report said on Tuesday.
Internet Fraud Watchdog (IFW) Executive Chairman Ken Gamble said they were “investigating the piracy, a person running a number of websites that were pirating a lot of US movies, big blockbuster movies online.”
IFW was able to trace Tamayo through his website, where he has been allegedly leaking films since 2011.
Tamayo reportedly earns about $2,500 or P120,000 from the advertisements on his website which receives almost 5,000 visitors monthly.
“A day after it was shown, andun na sa website. 'Pag nakita mo free online, bakit ka pa pupunta sa cinema?” PNP Anti-Cybercrime Group Public Information Officer Superintendent Jay Guillermo said.
“The effect of putting a movie online, you will deprive the directors and people working in the movies,” he added.
Police caught Tamayo in the act of uploading films in his home in Porac, Pampanga.
Recovered from him were several computer sets, laptops and routers.
Tamayo may be sentenced to serve six months to 12 years in jail for violating the Intellectual Property Code.
Guillermo, meanwhile, reminded the public to not patronize online piracy.
“Kapag makakita sila ng pirated websites, i-report agad,” he said.
He also warned that websites like this may contain malicious software or computer viruses.
“Once you download or click ang mga website, it can be a virus, Trojan or worm that can infect you computer and that can get the data saved in your computer. ‘Yun ang problema na di nakikita ng mga nag-aaccess sa pirated websites,” he explained. —Mav Gonzales/Erwin Colcol/ALG, GMA News
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