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UK ISPs have been ordered by the country's High Court to block access to illegal streaming service servers.


  • Digital music piracy has always centered on downloads. What has changed is the source of the content to be downloaded.

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  • Details the decision by the UK High Court to force the six biggest ISPs to block access to streaming servers.
  • Details the case brought by UEFA, which applies during match times only.

Key questions answered

  • Why has the UK High Court agreed to UEFA's decision to block access to streaming servers?
  • What are the implications for the recorded-music industry?

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  • Summary
  • Limiting the stream of content piracy
  • Evolution of digital media piracy


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