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No bail for engineer who ‘leaked’ Game of Thrones episode

Written by Sadaf Modak
| Mumbai |
Published:September 21, 2017 1:23 am


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A periods court docket has rejected the bail software of an IT skilled arrested for allegedly leaking an episode of in style TV collection Game of Thrones. The bail plea of 26-year-old Abhishek Ghildiyal was rejected with the court docket observing that investigation of such offences was a “difficult” process for the investigating company and that the case was on the preliminary stage. Ghildiyal, together with three different Bengaluru-based IT professionals, was arrested by the BKC cyber police final month for allegedly leaking the fourth episode from the not too long ago concluded season seven of the present.

The fourth episode of Game of Thrones was leaked on-line on August four earlier than its official airing on August 7. The cyber police registered an FIR and investigation led them to Prime Focus Technologies, the company contracted by Star India Private Limited to retailer and course of information. In India, Star India’s streaming service, Hotstar, additionally aired the present together with HBO.

Prime Focus accepted that the leak had taken place at its finish and named its worker Ghildiyal together with a former worker, Mohammed Suhel and two others for the leak. Ghildiyal, throughout his bail arguments, submitted that he was being falsely implicated as he was about to go away the corporate for higher prospects. The prosecution, nevertheless, claimed that the episode was saved on a software program named CLEAR which was accessed by Suhel on August three. The investigators claimed that on the identical time, it was additionally accessed by Ghildiyal from Bengaluru utilizing an admin password.

“The applicant (Ghildiyal) is a software program engineer with the informant firm… There isn’t any dispute that he was having person ID and password. The document exhibits that the applicant has accessed the disputed file and on the identical time Mohammed Suhel has additionally accessed the file. It can also be seen that the hyperlink was additionally despatched to different accused and it was unfold all around the Internet. Now a days, new innovations in Internet actions are being developed every day. Therefore, investigation of such kind of offences is a troublesome process earlier than investigating company…

At this stage, if the applicant is launched on bail and he being software program check engineer the chance of tampering of proof can’t be dominated out,” the court docket noticed whereas rejecting bail. Ghildiyal was booked beneath sections 408 (legal breach of belief by clerk or servant), 406 (punishment for legal breach of belief) and 34 (widespread intention) of the Indian Penal Code.

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