• Kyodo News


Two people have been arrested for allegedly using the Internet to illegally distribute Japanese TV programs overseas, police said Friday.

Kazuma Moriya, 40, who headed Thailand-based J Network Service International, and employee Haruka Nakagawa, 32, allegedly allowed people to view Fuji Television Network Inc.’s program “Gokigenyo” in February by storing it on servers in Chiba and Osaka prefectures, police said.

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