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Javier Tebas: "The one who emits the pirate signal is as much a thief as the one who sees it or buys it at ridiculous prices."

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Javier Tebas: "The one who emits the pirate signal is as much a thief as the one who sees it or buys it at ridiculous prices."

Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga, spoke out again early this Tuesday, on the social network ‘X’ (formerly Twitter), about the issue of piracy in football. The mandatary considers that not only the so-called ‘cardsharers’ can be affected by the order issued by the Commercial Court number 8 of Barcelona, ​​but also the end users who watch pirate football they could have problems.

In fact, the president of LaLiga, in response to a ‘tweet’ in which it was stated that no one can ask end users for their data for watching IPTV, equates ‘cardsharers’ with the end user. “The car says what it says. Although some continue to insist on the opposite. By the way, I can’t wait to continue supporting illegal behavior. “He who emits the pirate signal is as much a thief as he who sees it or buys it at ridiculous prices.”Thebes wrote in ‘X’.

He Commercial Court number 8 of Barcelona has admitted the preliminary diligence requested by LaLiga to require teleoperators to provide the data personal rights of those who illicitly share their content, the so-called ‘cardsharers’, those people who redisseminate LaLiga content, obtaining a profit from it.

That is, according to this, The teleoperators will only have the obligation to provide the data of said ‘cardsharers’ and not from those people who enjoy the content without paying, what the Judiciary calls people who “only defraud the fee.”

LaLiga interprets that the car speaks of the end user

However, LaLiga does not agree with this “interpretation” and remains convinced that teleoperators have to provide end-user data. This was stated by the employers in an informative note, in which refers to the “literality of the car” and Javier Tebas also spoke in this sense in ‘X’.

“Faced with the note from the Communication Department of the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia, we share the operative part of the Order that makes it clear that LaLiga provides operators with the IP addresses that transmit illegal contentregardless of location and these will inform LaLiga of the users who access these IPs,” says the president of LaLiga.

The statement issued by the Judiciary explains: “LaLiga presented a request for preliminary diligence to the court to prosecute a specific type of piracy: cardsharing. Thus, it requested the Court to require a series of teleoperators to provide identification data of certain people associated with IPS obtained legitimately by LaLiga.”

“Cardsharing is a practice by which legitimate users re-spread the signal to certain “pirate” networks in which all participants, including those who simply defraud the fee, use decoders. The description of this practice allows us to conclude that acts of making available or disseminating content directly or indirectly are being carried out., works or benefits subject to audiovisual rights. These acts, which are the basis for agreeing to the requested preliminary diligence, can only be carried out by the ‘cardsharers’ who redisseminate the signal and profit from it, and not by mere end users,” this publication from the Judiciary continues.



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