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Russian firm drops suit against Twitch over illegal content

Thursday 19 December 2019 | 10:42 CET | News
Amazon's Twitch said that Russia's Rambler Group has withdrawn its claim against the streaming service over alleged piracy broadcasting of English Premier League games. No financial compensation has been sought or paid, Twitch added in a statement reported by the Moscow Times.

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Countries: Russian Federation
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