MALAYSIAN SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR PIRACY OF SWATH AND OTHER FILMS
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that a Malaysian man was arrested for alleged piracy of SWATH and other major Hollywood films through the website jiwang.org.
"According to the Malaysian Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism (MDTCC), jiwang.org is one of the most popular sources of pirated content online in Malaysia, and hosts links to popular Hollywood films including, Pitch Perfect, Rise of the Guardians, Snow White and the Huntsman, Prometheus, The Bourne Legacy, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Life of Pi, and A Good Day to Die Hard, and others."
THR goes on: "During the arrest at the 35-year-old suspect’s home in the state of Kelantan, officers discovered a secret compartment that could only be accessed via a wardrobe, leading to a room containing sophisticated computer equipment, an LED TV monitor, modem, router and wireless internet connection."
Sounds a little like Bruce Wayne's bookcase hiding the Bat Cave. Hollywood is definitely happy to get this guy off the street.
Read more about the arrest at THR.