Mr Jackson came to the attention of Powys County Council and Sky TV after an investigation into illegal activities and sales via Facebook.
Mr Jackson admitted four charges related to the sale of hacked Amazon devices which he sold along with a bouquet of premium IPTV channels for around £100. (Lets face it they are all crap and there is never anything worth watching anyhow).
The investigation uncovered that he was also selling subscription services for Netflix and Spotify.
He pleaded guilty to three charges of providing or selling devices adapted to circumvent technological measures and one charge of breach of copyright with the intention of financial gain at Llandrindod Wells Magistrates' Court.
A test purchase was made by David Ferguson of the Sky Investigations Team, whereupon they were sent a "Fully Loaded" set top box with the TV package pre-installed.
Jackson has apparently decided to make money from selling the services after discovering how to obtain it for free himself via Youtube videos and websites. He initially offered the boxes for sale to friends and then later on social media market sites as the operation expanded.
The court heard that between Jan 2016 and Aug 2018, Jackson had made a profit of between £840 and £2,500, but Sky argued that the cost incurred by them as losses was about £50,000.
For his crimes he was fined £1,340 plus £4,070 costs and a £34 surcharge.
Good job he never wrote how to do it down in a guide else he would have gotten a stiffer sentence.