Haggerty – who ran it through a business called Evolution Trading – has been jailed for five years and three months for conspiracy to defraud, while wife, Mary Gilfillan, was given a suspended prison sentence for her lesser role in the con.
The incident happened four years after more than a million ITV HD viewers missed Steven Gerrard’s England goal against USA in the 2010 World Cup.
The company Wednesday announced the launch of the Foxtel Now Box — a set-top puck created for Foxtel’s pay-by-the-month streaming service, Foxtel Now, a puck which supports other streaming services and catch-up TV.
A fraudster whose equipment allowed users to illegally stream Premier League football and films has been jailed.
The project has been in the pipeline for some time, with the Premier League trying to clamp down on streaming services season by season.
“Due to unprecedented demand, we are experiencing problems with our online services this evening,” Foxtel said in a statement on Facebook at 9 p.m. “Obviously this comes at a time when so many of our customers are wanting to watch the first episode of season 7 of Game of Thrones.
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Australia has been the biggest nation of “Game of Thrones” pirates in the past, and yesterday’s crash left many people considering downloading it, even if just out of spite. But these stats will be little comfort for fans who missed out.
And we wonder why Aus has the highest rate of illegal downloads?? “So, currently, (us iptv|iptv providers usa|iptv us|usa iptv|iptv usa) it is impossible to watch this show legally in Australia? #winterisbuffering,” said Facebook user Jess Harper.
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