The block will be in place for the entire 2017 – 2018 Premier League seasonOrder means Internet Service Providers will stop people illegally streamingThe ban will help the league fight the illicit use of pre-loaded Kodi boxesIn the 2016-17 season the league obtained a similar order for the last two monthsSky and BT Sport paid more than £5bn ($6.6bn) for rights to show Premier League matches for three seasons
The High Court has issued a ‘blocking order’ that will cut off online streams for people who are illegally watching Premier League football matches.
It comes after the Premier League was awarded a High Court blocking order for the forthcoming 2017-18 season.
Dubbed the ‘biggest ever crackdown’ on illegal streaming, the order will help the league intensify its crackdown on the illicit use
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