Pirated live streams of FIFA 2014 are being watched by millions of users

FIFA World Cup

Despite all her efforts FIFA, Internet users continue to watch World Cup matches with the help of pirated live streams.

In fact, άνθρωποι έχουν ήδη επιλέξει να χρησιμοποιούν πειρατικά streams, καθώς μερικά παιχνίδια τα έχουν παρακολουθήσει πάνω από μισό εκατομμύριο τηλεθεατές, σύμφωνα με έκθεση του TorrentFreak.

Σύμφωνα με το δημοσίευμα, η Viaccess-Orca, μια Γαλλο-Ισραηλινή προστασίας περιεχομένων που χειρίζεται ανακοινώσεις κλεισιμάτων ιστοσελίδων, έχουν γίνει περίπου 2.000 για κλείσιμο σελίδων που φιλοξενούν ή απλά συνδέουν παιχνίδι σε streams.

FIFA had warned before starting the Cup, but even at the start of it, saying that if someone illegally relayed the games they would stop him immediately at any time of the day, as the streams leave stigmas. Even so, however, there are many choices out there for those who really want to find a game.

“The success rate varies by content platform, but overall, we've managed to download 35% of them links before the game ends. I think this is a great success rate, especially compared to the that have direct download" said David Leporini, vice president of marketing for Viaccess-Orca.

While the number is indeed decent, it is still far from the 100% that FIFA would like. However, the whole process is complicated by the fact that many websites do not publish the links to the streams until shortly before the start of the game. And by the time these links are detected from the moment the game starts, their content is recognized as illegal, and the process is set to go as planned, the game may already be over.

“Για τις πρώτες δέκα μέρες έχουμε στείλει περίπου 150 ανακοινώσεις takedown σε σελίδες του Facebook και του . Ανάμεσα σε όλες τις πλατφόρμες περιεχομένου που κοινοποιήθηκε, μετρήσαμε ένα ποσοστό επιτυχίας περίπου 51% για την απομάκρυνση των συνδέσμων από τις σελίδες του Facebook” είπε ο Leporini  στο TorrentFreak.

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