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The accused stole official signals of IPL matches by using a state-of-the-art technology. The stolen feed was streamed live on the website, he said. "It is surprising that the gang was issuing raw feed (feed without advertisements) of IPL matches on its website eight seconds prior to the TV telecast. We suspect that by taking advantage of the eight-second gap, they bet a huge amount of money on matches," the SP said. Police were taking help of experts to find out how this was done, he said. Agents of the gang, who received link to the website, offered tips and lured people to place bets. Among the wanted accused are Hitesh Khushlani, a builder from Mumbai; Gujarat resident Haresh Chaudhary and his wife Poonam. All three are believed to be outside India. A case under relevant sections of the Information Technology Act and IPC has been registered and probe is underway, the SP said.
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