Shanghai police say they’ve busted a TV and film piracy gang and arrested 14 suspects working as part of Renren Yingshi, which operates China’s largest subtitling site YYeTs.com. Photo: Weibo Shanghai police say they’ve busted a TV and film piracy gang and arrested 14 suspects working as part of Renren Yingshi, which operates China’s largest subtitling site YYeTs.com. Photo: Weibo
Shanghai police say they’ve busted a TV and film piracy gang and arrested 14 suspects working as part of Renren Yingshi, which operates China’s largest subtitling site YYeTs.com. Photo: Weibo
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China ‘busts film and TV piracy ring’ in Renren Yingshi subtitle site raid

  • Police allege criminal gang set up several companies and had more than 8 million users registered on its site
  • 14 people detained as fans worry the flow of uncensored foreign screen content with quality subtitles will be cut off

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Shanghai police say they’ve busted a TV and film piracy gang and arrested 14 suspects working as part of Renren Yingshi, which operates China’s largest subtitling site YYeTs.com. Photo: Weibo Shanghai police say they’ve busted a TV and film piracy gang and arrested 14 suspects working as part of Renren Yingshi, which operates China’s largest subtitling site YYeTs.com. Photo: Weibo
Shanghai police say they’ve busted a TV and film piracy gang and arrested 14 suspects working as part of Renren Yingshi, which operates China’s largest subtitling site YYeTs.com. Photo: Weibo
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