Anyone who illegally streams football to have their internet CUT OFF

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Found 29th Jul 2017
Anyone who illegally streams football to have their internet CUT OFF

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The order does not cover having internet services cut off.

This would be a decision for the ISP, if they chose to go down such a route.

I do wish the media would get with things and stop talking about Kodi boxes, which is not what they are.

I'd bet that a couple of well known Android apps are used just as much as an addon to stream such content.

I also believe (if memory serves me correctly) that the EU has determined that the internet is now a right and so whilst a particular ISP might terminate your contract, you still have rights to go elsewhere.

As Donald would say "Fake news".
amour3k

Be weary people ...\x09\x09\x09\x09\x09


*yawn*
Ok. Goodnight.
And this people is a perfect example of why stupid people shouldn't be allowed to read the Daily Mail.
Anyone who illegally streams football are to have their footballs cut off
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amour3k

Anyone who illegally streams football to have their internet CUT OFF


Unusual interpretation of article content.
Could happen and probably will with the billions companys like Sky have invested in their "exclusive " rights and perfectly doable these days -you have been warned .
The order does not cover having internet services cut off.

This would be a decision for the ISP, if they chose to go down such a route.

I do wish the media would get with things and stop talking about Kodi boxes, which is not what they are.

I'd bet that a couple of well known Android apps are used just as much as an addon to stream such content.

I also believe (if memory serves me correctly) that the EU has determined that the internet is now a right and so whilst a particular ISP might terminate your contract, you still have rights to go elsewhere.

As Donald would say "Fake news".
amour3k

Be weary people ...\x09\x09\x09\x09\x09


*yawn*
Ok. Goodnight.
They'd lose so many customers lmao, don't be daft.
The stream blocked, not Internet cut off pfffffft...
And this people is a perfect example of why stupid people shouldn't be allowed to read the Daily Mail.
CaptainSocks

And this people is a perfect example of why stupid people shouldn't be … And this people is a perfect example of why stupid people shouldn't be allowed to read the Daily Mail.


No , they should read the Sun or Mirror to get their in depth news and analysis (_;)
rogparki

No , they should read the Sun or Mirror to get their in depth news and … No , they should read the Sun or Mirror to get their in depth news and analysis (_;)


I hate "go to" stories on slow news day. But journalists do love to dial it in and tabloid readers do love to lap it up for some reason.

Here's its 2009 incarnation:

dailymail.co.uk/new…tml
I'm guessing it would be the provider of the stream who would get blocked, not those who receive the streams... although I might be wrong!
Such a terrible article devoid of any actual information.

Then again, it is the Daily Mail.
Anyone who illegally streams football are to have their footballs cut off
Anyone who reads the Daily Mail will have their intelligence cut off
summerof76

Anyone who illegally streams football are to have their footballs cut off … Anyone who illegally streams football are to have their footballs cut off



I don't use them anyway.
Article says that the court order allows ISP's to block streams, so they're blocking access to the servers that stream content not the customers entire connection.
Can we just not ban the the awfulness that is soccerball ?
Edited by: "Wongy110" 30th Jul 2017
Just ban football, perfect answer:D
Just ban the internet, it's useless anyway X)
Banned
DarkEnergy20125 h, 15 m ago

Just ban the internet, it's useless anyway X)


Along with electricity and beef space raiders.
summerof7613 h, 4 m ago

Anyone who illegally streams football are to have their footballs cut off …Anyone who illegally streams football are to have their footballs cut off


or just punctured
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CaptainSocks

I hate "go to" stories on slow news day. But journalists do love to dial … I hate "go to" stories on slow news day. But journalists do love to dial it in and tabloid readers do love to lap it up for some reason. Here's its 2009 incarnation:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1208839/Illegal-downloaders-internet-cut-new-Mandy-plan.html



INTERESTING!.

And some 8 years going later, this so far has proved not the case?!.

But in the advent of Brexit now, this could alllll but inevitably change!.

(If Mrs May's 'plans' to revise certain UK Human Rights Laws has anything to do with it ... )

Hopefully not, but we'll soon see soon enough I suppose?.
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reddit

The order does not cover having internet services cut off.This would be a … The order does not cover having internet services cut off.This would be a decision for the ISP, if they chose to go down such a route.I do wish the media would get with things and stop talking about Kodi boxes, which is not what they are.I'd bet that a couple of well known Android apps are used just as much as an addon to stream such content.I also believe (if memory serves me correctly) that the EU has determined that the internet is now a right and so whilst a particular ISP might terminate your contract, you still have rights to go elsewhere.As Donald would say "Fake news".



And again ...

INTERESTING!.

And some 8 years going later, this so far has proved not the case?!.

But in the advent of Brexit now, this could alllll but inevitably change!.

(If Mrs May's 'plans' to revise certain UK Human Rights Laws has anything to do with it ... )

Hopefully not, but we'll soon see soon enough I suppose?.
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unclecuddles

I'm guessing it would be the provider of the stream who would get … I'm guessing it would be the provider of the stream who would get blocked, not those who receive the streams... although I might be wrong!



Streather

Article says that the court order allows ISP's to block streams, so … Article says that the court order allows ISP's to block streams, so they're blocking access to the servers that stream content not the customers entire connection.



Interesting interpretation of content info there guy's, hehehehe (who knows?, lol).

Did something say VPN ...
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ritchiedrama

They'd lose so many customers lmao, don't be daft.



SNAP!.

I'm hoping that that would be the ISP's reasonings behind not doing the otherwise 'inevitable'?.
amour3k

SNAP!.I'm hoping that that would be the ISP's reasonings behind not doing … SNAP!.I'm hoping that that would be the ISP's reasonings behind not doing the otherwise 'inevitable'?.


Then why not just say so in the first place ?
rather than just give 'air time' to the daily fail ?
https://i.imgur.com/9d8Cm3v.png

Yes, us people are extremely weary, weary of Daily Mail articles, they bore me to death.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 30th Jul 2017
yeah cause virgin and co really want to blow of thousands of 30£-100£+ subscriptions lol
ISP's blocking streams/servers will be about as effective as their block on well known Torrent sites.

Out of curiosity, has anyone here received a get it right "educational" letter/email ?
good point op.... maybe..?

he he he (you think?) loool ;-)
freakstyler16 h, 48 m ago

Out of curiosity, has anyone here received a get it right "educational" …Out of curiosity, has anyone here received a get it right "educational" letter/email ?


If they've sent one it'll have been to the email address they provided, which I've never bothered accessing
I got one of those educational get-it-right emails from BT, although it was under direction from a third-party apparently.
Well, I thought, i had better help and spread the word that this streaming business is just not on, so i uploaded it to a torrent site.
Footie streaming to be cut off and Porn to be monitored by making you disclosse your credit card data. Thats the end of the internet in my house then
The laws nowadays are atrocious. I read articles about how copying a CD that you own onto your MP3 player is now illegal. I dread the future...Wonder what they will come up with next.
mogki2 h, 45 m ago

The laws nowadays are atrocious. I read articles about how copying a CD …The laws nowadays are atrocious. I read articles about how copying a CD that you own onto your MP3 player is now illegal. I dread the future...Wonder what they will come up with next.


Maybe the next big thing will be people researching things instead of just accepting codswallop as fact
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