Polish police shut down an online piracy network and published a video of what they found

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Police in Poland have raided a property and arrested three men who are accused of running a network of sites which let people illegally download movies online.

TorrentFreak reports that police seized 14 computers, 13 external drives, 40 prepaid cards, and several mobile phones.

Police also posted a video from the raid, which shows the office of the alleged piracy network.

It doesn’t look that different from a normal office:

We don’t know for sure which sites were alleged to have been run from the office, but TorrentFreak points out that popular movie sites TNTTorrent.info and Seansik.tv have gone down after the police raid.

Police in Poland have launched a wave of action against piracy sites, aiming to reduce the number of torrent networks hosted in the country. The latest police raid follows several more that took place earlier this month, which knocked more sites offline.

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