Singapore court blocks dozens of pirated streaming sites

Content providers including the BBC obtained an order from the Singapore High Court to block dozens of sites accused of streaming content illegally. — AFP

Dozens of domains linked to pirated streaming content were blocked by order of the Singapore High Court, as requested by content providers.

The High Court granted the order sought by networks – including BBC Studios, Discovery, the Premier League, La Liga and TVB – to block 17 domains associated with piracy sites and 41 domains associated with illicit streaming devices (ISD).

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