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  1. Users of pirate IPTV services in the UK and Ireland are most likely being monitored by one or more major ISPs. Secret traffic analysis, provided to the High Court in a recent blocking case involving UEFA, reveals that studies were carried out in connection with Sky which determined many subscribers were accessing pirate IPTV platforms via the ISP. Blocking of regular piracy websites has been a feature of anti-piracy enforcement in Europe for almost 15 years. The way these blocks are achieved is broadly similar, with entertainment industry co
  2. A Premier League plan to charge fans a £14.95 pay-per-view fee for every game not shown as part of Sky Sports or BT Sports packages has enraged fans, with experts warning it will lead to more piracy. Visitors to SoccerStreams.net, which has just become the most-visited pirate site in the UK, are likely to agree. When the new Premier League season began last month, those hoping for a return to normality had their hopes dashed once again. With social-distancing restrictions still in place the stadium ban continued, leaving fans with few other option
  3. The new Premier League season will begin without crowds due to the coronavirus yet 160 games will not be televised in the UK, a gap that pirate IPTV providers will fill using broadcasts from abroad. The Premier League has recently obtained a new ISP blocking injunction but the Football Supporters' Association is begging for the obvious: Don't give fans no other option than to turn to illegal services. While there’s no doubt that humans have been kicking objects around for fun for thousands of years, organized football as we know it today has existed in th
  4. Premier League & Broadcasters Win Judgment in Landmark Pirate TV Box Case Following a guilty plea by a key defendant, SingTel, Starhub, Fox Networks Group and the Premier League have won a judgment in the first ever case against a pirate box seller in Singapore. While the fine handed down was relatively small, the ongoing case could prove important in the overall fight against piracy in the country. Piracy-configured set-top boxes are the latest in a long line of problems facing copyright holders and broadcasters. Whe
  5. The UK's Premier League has won a landmark case against hosting provider Ecatel. The Court of The Hague ordered the company to null-route the servers of customers who offer illegal live streams. The provider has to respond within 30 minutes after being notified, or pay a hefty fine. The ruling can be seen as a clear victory but only on paper, since Ecatel was dissolved last year. In many parts of the world football, or soccer as some would call it, is the number one spectator sport. The English Premier League, widely regarded as one the top competitions, dra
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