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Kodi set-top boxes that allow football fans to stream live matches without a licence will be blocked by the UK’s four biggest ISPs, after the High Court approved a piracy clampdown order.
Sky, BT, TalkTalk, and Virgin Media will all be required to block servers that stream Premier League football games.
“The new block will enable a proportionate and targeted restriction of content that would otherwise have been proliferated to unauthorised websites and IPTV devices,” said the Premier League after it secured the court order from Mr Justice Arnold on Wednesday.
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