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SBD Global/October 24, 2012/International Football
FIFA Gives GoalRef, Hawk-Eye OK To Set Up Goal-Line Technology In Stadiums
Published October 24, 2012
TAKE COVER: The London DAILY MAIL reported FIFA has ordered goal-line technology companies to take out insurance cover, so they will not "face costly lawsuits if they fail to spot a goal or players and officials are injured by their equipment." The insurance will protect them if their technology fails to spot the ball has crossed the line or wrongly registers that the ball was over the line (DAILY MAIL, 10/23).