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Sky’s Recent IPTV Blocking Injunction Isn’t Unusual, It’s Extraordinary * TorrentFreak


blocked tvblocked tvNews that Sky had won a new High Court injunction to tackle pirate IPTV services first appeared in the Financial Times on July 30, 2023.

The article outlined an injunction similar to those previously obtained by the Premier League, noting that ISPs would be compelled to block Sky’s “best selling football games and blockbuster TV shows.” Why Sky would go to the trouble of obtaining an injunction to block access to matches, already being blocked by the Premier League, still makes little sense. Blocking TV shows was new, however.

Means to Shut Down Sites at Certain Times

The FT reported that the order obtained by Sky was designed to protect a “broader range of content” from across its programming.

“Sky will now have the means to shut down individual pirate sites at certain times,” the article noted, adding: “For example, the ruling could be used to block illegal access to The Ashes on Sky Sports Cricket, or to a specific show such as House of the Dragon on Sky…

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