Digital piracy in sports is rife

Digital piracy is costing the global economy more than $75 billion per year, according to NetNames, with 23 percent of internet bandwidth used for streaming illegal content. Its new report, on the increasing threat of intellectual property infringement in the sports industry, said a significant proportion of this figure is dedicated to illegal streams of football matches.

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