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Premier League and Dazn support site blocking order

News | 05/12/2020 7:48 pm EDT

A consortium of rights holders — including the top tier of English soccer, the Premier League, sports streaming service Dazn and industry trade groups for book publishers — wants the Federal Court of Appeal to uphold Canada’s first ever site blocking order. 

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