Suppliers of IPTV boxes ordered to pay £267,000 to the Premier League

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Suppliers of IPTV boxes ordered to pay £267,000 to the Premier League
Three suppliers of pre-loaded IPTV boxes that facilitate mass piracy of Premier League football broadcasts have been ordered to pay a total of £267,000 by the Courts for infringing copyright.

The three sellers of pre-loaded IPTV boxes ordered to pay costs are:

  • Football for Pubs Limited (based in Liverpool) was ordered by the High Court to cease the sale of the illegal devices and pay costs of £90,000;
  • Pub Entertainment Systems (based in Royston, Hertfordshire) was ordered by the High Court to cease the sale of the illegal devices and pay costs of £77,000;
  • Neosat was ordered to cease the sale of the illegal devices and pay costs totalling £100,000
Suppliers of IPTV boxes ordered to pay £267,000 | FACT
 

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This story was originally published on 16 Feb 2017. Not sure why its back in the spotlight again joe516?
 
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