News KODI BOX Crack Down Lead to Fines £18,000

KODI BOX Crack Down Lead to Fines £18,000


Nayanesh Patel from Harrow, Middlesex, sold Kodi-type boxes on a few stages including eBay and Facebook. In doing so he breached Premier League copyright and has paid £18,000 and agreed to remove all infringing adverts from the platforms. A another kodi box provider who sold memberships to unlawful floods of Premier League football by means of eBay was forced to pay £8,000 and stop all such future exchanging.

These activities are a piece of a boundless copyright security program that has incorporated the Association effectively getting a High Court blocking request avoiding unlawful streams being communicated in the UK, working with Spanish authorities to close down illegal Internet Service Providers and activity in the UK, Thailand, and Singapore against merchants of unlawful spilling gadgets that gave access to unlawful communicates of Chief Alliance football.

Premier League Director of Legal Services, Kevin Plumb, said: “This case shows there are serious consequences for sellers of pre-loaded boxes and is a warning for anyone who thinks they might get away with this type of activity.

“The Premier League is currently engaged in a comprehensive copyright protection programme that includes targeting and taking action against sellers of pre-loaded devices, and any ISPs or hosts that facilitate the broadcast of pirated Premier League content.”

 Kodi is a neutral media player which can be installed on a wide range of hardware, including desktop computers, servers, smartphones, HDMI streaming dongles.

The media player is capable of streaming content from the internet, a home network or local HDD storage.

Third-party developers can bring additional functionality to Kodi software via apps – dubbed Add-Ons – downloaded from the internet, from repositories like TVAddons.

Illicit streaming devices with these piracy-focused add-ons preloaded are allegedly known as Kodi Boxes.


The Premier League also recently won a landmark case in the Dutch Courts which requires illegal hosting provider Ecatel to now takedown all Premier League material or face fines of up to €1.5million, or £1.3million.

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