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The UFC Cracking Down on Piracy

UFC targets New York man in crackdown on piracy
By: Alan Snel, Las Vegas Review-Journal
"Ultimate Fighting Championship has a message for a 27-year-old Staten Island, N.Y., man and any other person or business suspected of pirating UFC’s pay-per-view programming and copyrighted content.

"You will be hearing from UFC and its lawyers.

"UFC, the Las Vegas-based mixed martial arts fight show promotion and media juggernaut that generates tens of millions of dollars from annual pay-per-view sales, has ratcheted up its anti-piracy efforts by hiring an expert from NBC Universal to serve as a vital member of its anti-piracy team."

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