Outright lies, misrepresentation of facts and obfuscation - that is how media in the siege countries published reports about a verdict issued by the World Trade Organisation on Tuesday against the Saudi piracy
A World Trade Organisation panel ordered Saudi Arabia Tuesday to adhere to global intellectual property rules after it was found that Riyadh actively promoted and supported the beoutQ pirate TV operation
World soccer governing body FIFA on Sunday said it is exploring each of its legal options as a means to address beoutQ’s unauthorised broadcasts.
Saudi Arabian sports fans are up in arms because no one in their country can watch Wimbledon - leading to demands for a pirate TV station showing the World Cup to start broadcasting the tennis as well.
A Swedish court has ordered an Arabic internet TV company to pay 210mn Swedish crowns ($24mn) in damages for distributing content including English Premier League soccer without permission.
The widespread piracy currently spreading throughout the Middle East has largely been ignored.
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