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Premier League Announces 'Biggest Ever Crackdown' On Illegal Streaming

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 17

The Premier League announced its "biggest ever crackdown" on illegal football streams, according to Aatif Sulleyman of the London INDEPENDENT. It obtained a new High Court order that will "make it much harder for people to watch games on so-called Kodi boxes." The order will be in place for the enti...

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