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Submitted by Gekko 795d ago | news

Game of Thrones Most Pirated TV-Show of 2012

Ernesto:

With 2012 nearing its end we begin our annual look at the most-pirated entertainment titles across various categories, starting today with TV-shows. Game of Thrones comes out on top this year, followed by last year’s number one Dexter. Episodes of both shows are shared among millions of people, with airing delays and limited legal download options among the key reasons to pirate. (Culture)

Blackdeath_663  +   794d ago
no way for me to watch otherwise without pirating. i wouldn't mind paying but its only on HBO and i don't live in america or have cable. they should put game of thrones on a legit worldwide service like amazon or netfelix etc...
Deku-Johnny  +   794d ago
It is pretty difficult to catch the series in most countries. Even here in the UK where US shows are usually shown within a week of being shown in the US you can only see the first series. I don't want to have to wait till season 3 is out in America to be able to watch season 2 over here.

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