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Katzy

[*] posted on 19-11-2013 at 21:51
There are, also, proxies. :D
marymary100

[*] posted on 19-11-2013 at 20:46
There's the pay-for version of course.
charles

[*] posted on 19-11-2013 at 19:02
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Originally posted by marymary100
Had to happen


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The Premier League is in the process of requesting a court order that would make ISPs effectively ban their customers from accessing http://www.FirstRow1.eu.

The planned legal action by the football governing body follows moves made by the music and film industries.

They have successfully blocked websites which offer the opportunity to download copyrighted material, such as Pirate Bay, under Section 97 of the 1988 Copyright, Design and Patent Act.

The Premier League has agreed a new worldwide television deal worth around 5.5bn over three years, starting with the new season.



They won,t stop me from watching footie. That I can guarantee
LSemmens

[*] posted on 23-6-2013 at 01:30
Will such streams still be available in real time on PPV or the like? Sounds like a rather daft move, meself.
marymary100

[*] posted on 22-6-2013 at 13:20
Had to happen


Quote:
The Premier League is in the process of requesting a court order that would make ISPs effectively ban their customers from accessing http://www.FirstRow1.eu.

The planned legal action by the football governing body follows moves made by the music and film industries.

They have successfully blocked websites which offer the opportunity to download copyrighted material, such as Pirate Bay, under Section 97 of the 1988 Copyright, Design and Patent Act.

The Premier League has agreed a new worldwide television deal worth around 5.5bn over three years, starting with the new season.