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Piracy of football channels destroying Spanish pay-TV - LFP

Monday 2 December 2013 | 11:29 CET | News
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Piracy of football channels is "stealing" 500,000 customers a year from Spain's pay-TV sector, according to Javier Tebas, president of the Spanish Football League (LFP). Tebas claimed that Spain is the world's worst infringer of TV rights and that websites which illegally broadcast football matches via P2P links are killing the country's football and pay-TV industries.

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