TV Shack Pirate Avoids US Extradition With Compensation Deal

Richard O'Dwyer, one of the high-profile tech extradition cases the UK legal system has struggled to handle of late, has avoided US legal proceedings and the threat of jail time thanks to arranging a deal to visit the US voluntarily and pay a token amount of compensation. Read More >>

TVShack Founder Gets to See the New Series of Mad Men Before Us, as He's Extradited to USA

The case of Richard O'Dwyer, the 23-year-old founder of file-sharing site TVShack, is about to be transferred to the US, with Home Secretary Theresa May confirming plans to extradite him over copyright breaches. Read More >>

TVShack Lands British Student Extradition To the US Over Piracy Charges

Richard O’Dwyer, a 23-year-old Sheffield Hallam student, has lost his case against extradition to the US over copyright infringement. The enterprising British founder of TVShack apparently earned some £150,000 in advertising revenue from the site, which linked to pirated episodes of TV shows available online. Read More >>


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