UEFA continues to team up with leading social media providers in order to combat audiovisual piracy more effectively during UEFA EURO 2020
UEFA receives a boost in its fight against internet piracy after the Republic of Ireland’s High Court issued an order to block the illegal streaming of UEFA competition matches in the country.
Rwandan broadcaster Victory TV ordered to cease the unlawful broadcast of UEFA Champions League and Premier League matches following decision taken by the Court of Appeal of Kigali
The protection of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) is a central element of a well-functioning global order and underpins virtually all sectors of economic activity. The need to protect IPRs linked to the broadcasting of professional football is particularly vital given the importance of media rights revenue to the overall economic model of the game.
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