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Probe finds beoutQ used Arabsat satellite infrastructure

Probe finds beoutQ used Arabsat satellite infrastructure

An investigation into rogue Saudi channel beoutQ’s activities has confirmed it used satellite infrastructure owned by Arabsat to illegally broadcast football matches.

FIFA 'explores legal options' over pirate beoutQ channel

FIFA 'explores legal options' over pirate beoutQ channel

World soccer governing body FIFA on Sunday said it is exploring each of its legal options as a means to address beoutQ’s unauthorised broadcasts.

French ruling against beoutQ over piracy piles pressure on Saudis

French ruling against beoutQ over piracy piles pressure on Saudis

The Premier League received a boost after a court ruled that a Saudi Arabian satellite provider has pirate-broadcast every game so far of the Women’s World Cup to Europe. A hearing in France found that Riyadh-based Arabsat was illegally transmitting the tournament on the rogue channel, beoutQ.

beIN claims 'irrefutable' proof of Saudi piracy

beIN claims 'irrefutable' proof of Saudi piracy

Qatari broadcaster beIN said on Thursday it has "irrefutable evidence" that a pirate channel illegally showing hundreds of live European football matches is being carried on the Saudi-based satellite provider Arabsat.

Duterte reignites martial law fears

Duterte reignites martial law fears

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned yesterday he may impose martial law and suspend elections for tens of thousands of local posts, fuelling concerns about democracy under his rule.