New UK TV licencing laws will come into effect on the 1st September 2016, closing the so called “BBC iPlayer loophole”. Current UK TV licencing laws require you to have a UK TV Licence to watch any live TV channels on any device within the UK. But these law did not apply to catch up [...]
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