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Volume: 15 Issue: 4
(April 2017)

Keywords:
declining viewing figures sports fight against piracy ross sylvester rachel alexander wiggin llp analyse recent ruling coming out high court

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Declining viewing figures and sportís fight against piracy

Ross Sylvester and Rachel Alexander of Wiggin LLP analyse the recent ruling coming out of the High Court in The Football Association Premier League Ltd v. British Telecommunications plc & Ors [2017] EWHC 480 (Ch) in which a blocking order was issued against illegal streaming servers and what this ruling means in the broader context of sportís fight against piracy.

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