Today the High Court apparently ordered Britain’s top four broadband providers BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media to block connections to the servers that host pirated streams of Premier League matches. See http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business...oves-premier-league-crackdown-kodi-streaming/ I presume the order is in relation to IPTV rather than sat. Given the crackdown on the retail of fully loaded Kodi boxes is of questionable consequence to anybody who wants one, as long as they have some technical ability or mail order from abroad, regarding today's ruling, I wonder: 1) whether other broadband providers (e.g. Origin) will carry on as usual? 2) whether servers that stream other contents (movies, shows, live or recorded) also always streamed Premier League matches, resulting in those media also becoming seriously restricted by these 4 broadband providers? 3) if vpn is used how can a broadband provider detect the use of and therefore block a server? Cheers!