Brazilians who have downloaded movies illegally receive FINE; Check out the reactions!

Canal Tech today revealed that thousands of Brazilian Internet users who have downloaded movies via Torrent files are the subject of extrajudicial charges of between 3,000 and 5,000 reais.

The accounts refer to downloads of “ Hellboy, ” “ Rambo: Until the End ” and “ Invasion to the Secret Service, ” all released in 2019.

Those responsible for copyright of productions are demanding compensation for losses caused by the practice of piracy.

Several Internet users reacted to the news on Twitter. Check-out:

I dps to see the news of the guys who get a ticket to download a movie on the torrent pic.twitter.com/94BM32nW6X

– Tiago / 🇧🇷 (@DkSilen) December 1, 2020

Enjoy watching:

Please note: I am selling kidney to pay a Torrent fine.

– Lucas Thurow (@lucasthurow) December 1, 2020

Guys, take a look: Brazilians fined for downloading pirated movies: An exclusive report from Canaltech shows Brazilian torrent users, a system they use a lot to download series and movies. pirated films, are charged 3000 reais fine for …

– Teló Bot (@bot_telo) December 1, 2020

government lowers iptv and torrent

– bianca diniz bonasera (@bialuddgate) November 5, 2020

3k of course on torrent … imagine that the invoice arrives at the parents kkkk

– pam (@pamllac) December 1, 2020

Either you defend the inclusion of access to culture, or you are in favor of the poor paying a fine for downloading a movie from the torrent. Both can’t.

– Wolf (@Wolf_kor) December 1, 2020

studios warn people who download movies via torrent, very high fine

– ؘ (@charlixze) December 1, 2020

This month I only uploaded one Torrent movie that was Hot Summer Nights Hope this is wrong

– Lleen (@Lleen___) December 1, 2020

KKKK imagines the notification is coming to me:
“The government is asking for 3k of money.”
I don’t even pay for that, I don’t pay for the windows, that is 400 pila, imagine paying for a torrent of movie that you don’t even have in Brazil

– ツ NI (@IWAntToDie_jpeg) December 1, 2020

If we had good publicists in the Brazilian government, they would launch an anti-piracy campaign associated with the fact that “Torrent” did not work in Flamengo. pic.twitter.com/NukyAPM1VM

– lp (@vulgoporto) November 9, 2020

Representatives of the studios of each film were able to get in touch with Internet users through their phone companies, who were forced to share registration information from clients involved in the controversy.

The request was made in March this year and was pending in the São Paulo Court of Justice until September, when Claro granted the data to avoid daily fines amounting to R 10,000. $ per day.


In an interview with the portal, one of the customers (who did not have his identity revealed) said he did not know what had happened because he uses a P2P connection, a service shared with others. people.

“I never thought that would happen to me. My concern was to resolve the case because the account was in my mom’s name, but I know it wasn’t her because I don’t remember doing any of those downloads and using the P2P network. I was also wondering how they had access to all of our information when they sent the notification. “

The user screening agency also provides services to the US producer Millenium Media, which owns the copyrights of the films mentioned through subsidiaries called Fallen Productions, HB Productions and Rambo V Productions.

In addition to these films, downloads of other titles are also being analyzed, such as “Dallas Shopping Club”, “Colossal”, “Privacy Invasion”, “Explosive Duo”, among several more recent releases.

On the other hand, experts from the Pirate Party of Brazil have claimed that profiteers known as copyright trolls also benefit from false legal notices involving copyright in order to make a profit.

In any case, it is necessary to research and contact the agency that issued the notifications so as not to suffer from attacks by hackers and profiteers.

Keeping in mind that downloading films, series and books is not considered a crime in the Brazilian penal code if the intention is individual consumption.

But it is considered a crime to profit from the provision of any type of work without the permission of the owners, and the penalty can range from three months to one year in prison.

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