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AFP raid Sydney Internet café

A Sydney Internet café has been raided today by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), after the cafe allegedly provided extensive access to illegal downloads of movies and music.

A Sydney Internet café has been raided today by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), after the cafe allegedly provided extensive access to illegal downloads of movies and music.

Interville, an Internet café in Sydney's World Square centre, was raided this morning by the AFP after having allegedly allowed large amounts of illegal downloads of music and films on its computers, according to a report in The Daily Telegraph.

AFP officers searching the premises this morning
Credit: Marcus Browne ZDNet Australia

At least 10 AFP agents and officers swooped on the premises this morning, executing a search warrant to inspect its dozens of computers, as well as questioning employees.

Agents examined several individual terminals in the café, as well as investigating storage shelves containing discs.

The AFP refused to comment on the raid, confirming only that officers were searching the business this morning as part of an ongoing investigation.

Interville could not be contacted for comment.