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UFC cracks down on Internet streaming site showing its events

The UFC is back to its efforts to crack down on Internet piracy
| Internet & Websites News | Posted: Feb 11, 2014 9:43 pm

The No. 1 MMA promotion in the world, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), recently shut down, which illegally streamed two UFC pay-per-view events. The site has been shut down and the UFC now has possession of the site's users, including their IP addresses, user names and e-mail addresses - which will be handed over to the law office tasked with targeting users.




Attempting to go after individual users of streaming piracy sites tends to be unsuccessful, and earn the copyright holders negative backlash. Similar to other attempts by the RIAA, MPAA and other copyright groups, the UFC will likely look to quickly - and quietly - punish viewers by offering them out-of-court settlements.


The UFC's rather Draconian efforts against Internet piracy lead to a number of YouTube videos pulled - and the No. 1 MMA promotion also has its Fight Pass to show live events, event replays, television shows, original content, and videos from the fight library.


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