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Streaming copyright protected content is illegal, unreliable, risky and harmful

The Premier League have obtained a High Court Order that requires UK Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block servers that are hosting illegal streams of its matches.

This means illegal football streams are getting blocked and sites taken down.

It is getting harder to watch pirated content.

Illegal streams are a safety and security risk, from viruses and malware to pop-ups and age inappropriate content.

Play it safe by sticking to legal digital services. You can find out where to watch upcoming fixtures safely and legally here: https://www.premierleague.com/broadcast-schedules

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London retailer convicted of fraud and copyright offences

A retailer in London has been convicted at the City of London Magistrates’ Court for selling illegal streaming devices (ISDs) which gave access to unauthorised Premier League broadcasts and other content. Mr. Ammar Al-Silawi, age 39, was found guilty on two charges of copyright and two charges of fraud, having been found to sell ISDs … Continued

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Kent licensees ordered to pay over £10,000 for illegally screening Sky Sports

On Friday 13th September, Mr. Jared Macdonnchadha, Mr. Richard Rodal and Ms. Karen Turner of the Red Bull were convicted in their absence of three offences each of dishonest reception of a television transmission, in this case, Sky televised football matches, with the intent to avoid payment of the applicable charge. Sky Sports is only … Continued

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Licensee ordered to pay over £6,500 for illegally screening Sky Sports

On Monday 2nd September, Mr Phillip Bailey of the Alma in Deal, Kent[1] was convicted in his absence of four offences of dishonest reception of a television transmission, in this case, Sky televised football matches, with the intent to avoid payment of the applicable charge. Sky Sports is only available to licensed premises in the … Continued

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