63 websites that illegally broadcast matches were “downloaded”

With brief procedures, 63 pirate websites were “downloaded” that broadcast live events of national and international television, such as games. THE Copyright Organization (OPI) Piracy Committee implemented a new rapid procedure in order to protect copyright, as noted in a statement.

Read in detail what the Ministry says

“Within 15 working days, as provided for in the new procedure, the Intellectual Property Organization (IPCC) Internet Infringement Notification (IPCC) Commission reviewed two applications for copyright protection rights and decisions that prevented large-scale infringements of copyright and related rights on national or international television events that were to be broadcast live.

Specifically, thanks to two legislative interventions at the initiative of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, In the last year, a pioneering special institutional framework has been created, so that the EMCDDA can act directly to protect copyright and related rights holders when they are about to be infringed.

According to the decisions with numbers 27 and 28 / 20.10.2021 of EDPPI, the internet access providers were ordered to stop within 6 to 12 hours from the notification of the decisions and until the end of December 2021, the access to 63 domain names.

The decisions further extended the interruption of the illegal transmission access beyond these specific 63 domain names to any other domain name to which the illegal transmission can be transferred after the issuance of the decisions. In this way, the efficiency of the process is ensured and the possibility of circumvention of the decisions is prevented “.

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Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.

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