Season 2, Episode 7
From home invasions and museum heists to forgers passing off high-priced fakes, art crimes rake in $6 billion a year. It’s a crime that could be right out of Hollywood but in reality destroys families, fortunes, and careers.
Season 2, Episode 5
Media Piracy has become a global criminal enterprise with the help of millions of people who don’t see the harm in downloading entertainment and not paying for it. Stealing or pirating intellectual property has become a multibillion-dollar industry. According to one estimate, media piracy costs the global economy a staggering $57 billion a year. And to many, illegal downloading or buying a bootleg off the street comes without consequence. Crime Inc. goes inside the entertainment industry to meet some of the people losing their livelihood to piracy and also follows law enforcement trying to crack down on this seemingly victimless crime.
Informative, interesting, and sometimes a little scary, Crime Inc. is all about famous felonies and the criminal minds behind them. This series ranges from the extreme and chilling (Jack the Ripper, Columbine School Massacre) to the outlandish and outrageous (celebrity DUI and shoplifting scandals).
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