Broadcasting of Football without Paying a License is not a Crime against Industrial Property

Broadcasting of Football without Paying a License is not a Crime against Industrial Property
A recent ruling issued by the Criminal Chamber of the Spanish Supreme Court on the broadcasting of football matches in public establishments without paying the rights that authorize their viewing and broadcasting stated that said conduct should be classified as a misdemeanor to the market and consumers and not as a crime against industrial property.

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