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Connected News: Online clampdown trouble for the Prem

English Premier League (EPL) will struggle to stop thousands of football fans illegally uploading videos of goals online.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
7th September, 2014
English Premier League goals are being uploaded online at a rapid pace by football fans.

An IT expert at Warwick Business School believes that the English Premier League (EPL) will struggle to stop thousands of football fans illegally uploading videos of goals online, and has questioned whether it is legally possible.

The EPL has warned fans that it is clamping down on Vines and tweets of goals after thousands of users spread videos of goals on social media during the summer's World Cup. Warwick Business School professor of practice Mark...

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