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Uefa taps Friend MTS for anti-piracy services

Luis Diaz of Liverpool rounds the keeper to score his side's third goal during the Uefa Champions League quarter-final match against Benfica (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Uefa, football’s European governing body, has appointed content protection firm Friend MTS to provide anti-piracy services across its competitions.

UK-headquartered Friend MTS will provide Uefa with monitoring and enforcement services for national team and club competitions as the organisation seeks to combat piracy of its content and preserve the value of its media rights.

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