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GAA crackdown on unauthorised internet broadcasts

The GAA is launching a crackdown on the unauthorised broadcasting of its games on the internet and overseas, as it gears up to start streaming live matches on its own website.

27th March, 2010

The GAA is launching a crackdown on the unauthorised broadcasting of its games on the internet and overseas, as it gears up to start streaming live matches on its own website.

Paraic Duffy, the director general of the GAA, said the association had started the process of controlling the unauthorised live broadcast of games on commercial websites, other than those associated with its commercial partners and sponsors.

The move comes as an increasing number of...

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