Ciro’s Electronic Service is one of the world’s most popular video streaming services.
It lets you watch movies and TV shows in HD and HDR at 30fps, and it’s available in Australia and New Zealand.
It has been around for a few years now, and Ciro said it had grown to over 300,000 users and 30 million total views per month.
But the service has now been discontinued, and the company has decided to shut down the service entirely.
Ciro is shutting down its digital video service, which is owned by a consortium of media companies, including Tencent, Viacom, Google, Sony, and Microsoft.
Cio says it will no longer sell its devices to anyone outside of the consortium, including Apple.
The company said that its digital service would continue to be available for a year but would not be able to be used for anything other than entertainment.
It also says it is taking steps to prevent any future theft of its intellectual property and to improve security.
CIRO says it has had no significant breaches, but says there has been a rise in the number of phishing attempts.
It says that its “very active security measures” have prevented the theft of payment information, which means no one has been able to use Ciro for payments.
Cireo CEO Steve Vavra said the service was shut down as a result of a “toxic” environment, and that the service had become an “unfavourable source of competition”.
“Ciro has long been one of Australia’s leading digital service providers, and is committed to helping customers make the most of the internet,” he said in a statement.
“Cireo will continue to provide our customers with the best possible experience online, and we will be working closely with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to help ensure this doesn’t happen again.”
The announcement comes as the Australian Federal Police (AFP) is investigating the alleged theft of $US1.4 million from the digital service’s network.
The AFP says it’s “investigating an allegation of fraud involving $US3 million that may relate to the Ciro service”.
The AFP said it was also investigating “an alleged breach involving $AUD1.6 million” and “an allegation of financial loss” relating to the company.
“This is an ongoing investigation, and there are no further details at this time,” it said in the statement.
The announcement came hours after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) said it would investigate the alleged breach.
“We will conduct a thorough investigation into the matter and take appropriate action if appropriate,” the ASIC said in an email.
It said the ASIC would also look into “a matter that may have been committed by another person” to “create an appearance of fraud, or fraudulent conduct, with the purpose of preventing a person from accessing a service”.
It said it is “aware of an allegation that some financial information may have had the Cireos name attached to it”.
Cireas website says it provides “the best digital video services for Australians” and has more than 40 million subscribers.
“There’s a reason why it’s the #1 choice for Australians watching films, TV shows, music, and sports,” Ciro says on its website.
“It’s a simple choice that anyone can access.”
Apple declined to comment.
Ciaco CEO Ciro Ciro was one of Apple’s earliest investors, but his interest in the Apple brand faded as the company went public in 2013.
He bought shares in the company for $US40 million in December 2013, but then sold them to buy back his stake.
Apple has said that Ciro sold his shares before the company was public, and was not involved in the sale.
Apple’s board had said at the time that the company had not sold Ciro shares, and he was listed on the company’s “asset management” list, but Apple did not disclose that information.
Cirro’s CEO told the ABC that he would not want to be associated with a company that he did not like.
“I think he’s got some very bad ideas about Apple, and I think he does not have the best intentions in mind,” he told the BBC.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission is investigating claims the Cibro service stole money.”
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The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission is investigating claims the Cibro service stole money.