Singapore court's decision to block access to illegal applications on TV boxes hailed


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  • Friday, 23 Nov 2018

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PUTRAJAYA: Singapore's decision to block access to illegal applications on TV boxes has been applauded by video industry players.

In a statement, the Asia Video Industry Association (Avia) said the Singapore High Court's decision on Nov 2 is much welcomed as the illegal streaming of TV content via TV boxes had affected businesses in the industry.

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