English Premier League scores copyright hat trick against ISPs
The English High Court has extended a live blocking injunction for the Football Association Premier League, showing that such injunctions are here to stay but adds nothing about who should pay for them
The English Football Association Premier League (FAPL) was allowed to extend a live blocking order against six UK-based internet service providers (ISPs) this week, indicating that such injunctions are here to stay but adding nothing new on who should pay...
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