- Tram Ho
On the morning of April 24, the online community was buzzing when information about the largest pirated movie website in Vietnam was officially “flying color”. At the same time, many controversies also believe that the website will return in the coming time is entirely possible.
The pirated website in question is phimmoi.net. This is a familiar address for Vietnamese moviegoers since 2010. This website is a place to provide hot movies and TV titles with the fastest content updating speed. among today’s movie-watching websites.
The leading pirated movie website in Vietnam
Access blocked this morning
However, it should be reiterated that the movies offered on this platform are completely copyright free. The website works by making a profit from the placement of banner ads.
Not long ago, this pirated movie website was also accused by the United States of illegally supplying thousands of American movies and TV series. To solve many problems related to copyright, server shutdown, this website continuously changed domain name to avoid “touching” by authorities.
Notice of domain name change from this website
From phimmoi.net was changed to phimmoiz.net and phimmoizz.net continuously for a long time. Many users are used to watching movies without paying fees, watching pirated movies without copyright, so this website is still living well.
However, recently, many people believe that phimmoi.net has just changed the domain name once again to phimmoiizz.net. According to research, this is another pirated movie website that “follows” this platform to “fish search”. The updated movies are also incomplete and are only symbolic. So of course there is no confirmation that this is a website from phimmoi.net.
Many people believe that this is the new domain name of Phimmoi.net
Currently there are many platforms to watch copyrighted movies with high quality such as Netflix, Vieon, Galaxy Play … users can completely choose to enjoy the best movies, instead for support for a site similar to phimmoi.net.
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Source : Genk