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Illicit streaming devices pose electrical risk to users
A series of product safety tests on popular illicit streaming devices entering the UK have found that 100% fail to meet national electrical safety regulations. The findings are a result of a joint initiative between FACT and Electrical Safety First which examined the electrical safety of a number of devices.
Man ordered to pay £16,000 for illegally streaming Sky Sports
On Monday 23 October 2017 a judgment was obtained in the High Court against a Sky customer who had been streaming Sky Sports content illegally online. Mr Yusuf Mohammed, of Bristol, has been ordered to pay legal costs of over £16,000, and to disclose details about the money he made and people he colluded with. … Continued
Two men sentenced for selling illegal streaming devices
Two men have been sentenced at Teesside Crown Court after pleading guilty to charges relating to the sale of IPTV boxes which allowed people to illegally stream subscription content, infringing the rights of copyright holders. The convictions follow an investigation led by National Trading Standards. Julian Allen, who pleaded guilty on 31 July 2017, received … Continued
Licensees in Merseyside and Rochdale Ordered to Pay More Than £39,000 for Illegal Sky Use
Six licensees have been found guilty of dishonest reception of a television transmission by showing Sky Sports to customers without a commercial agreement from Sky. In the first of three cases, Janet Ferguson, Lisa Kaye and Arnold Martin of The Mayflower in Bootle, Merseyside, were found guilty in their absence of six offences and were … Continued
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