Premier League wins battle against foreign piracy websites
Published 06 August 2013
Andrew Nixon and Morris Bentata examine the Premier League’s successful attempt to shut down FirstRow sports and the wider implications for sports rights holders
The Premier League has won a significant battle against foreign websites which aggregate and provide access to unauthorised streamed broadcasts of premium sports content.
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- Tags: Broadcasting | Copyright | Football | Intellectual Property | Piracy | Premier League | United Kingdom (UK)