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Premier League Obtains Piracy Blocking Order For 2018/19 Season

Premier League Obtains Piracy Blocking Order For 2018/19 Season




The High Court has granted the Premier League permission to continue blocking live pirate streams of football matches in the UK. The football organisation obtained a pioneering injunction early 2017, with a second order expiring in May 2018. That has now been renewed by Justice Arnold for the 2018 to 2019 season. Many of the details are shrouded in secrecy.

Top tier football broadcast licensing in the UK is handled by the Premier League but like all content owners, it faces a threat from unauthorised providers.

Instead of paying significant monthly subscriptions to broadcasters such as Sky and BT Sport, large numbers of fans are turning to piracy-enabled set-top boxes for their fix. While not as sleek as their official counterparts, they can provide a cheap alternative for those on a budget.

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