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Federal Court orders content pirates to pay millions to Bell, Rogers, Videotron

News | 08/11/2021 5:14 pm EDT
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A Federal Court judge ordered three pirate TV services to pay more than $29 million in damages to major broadcasters which claimed the sellers were cutting into their business by marketing pre-loaded set-top boxes and IPTV services to customers, allowing them to bypass paid TV subscriptions and access free content. 

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