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Unless FIFA Climbs Down on Its World Cup Internet Coverage Restrictions It Will Pop The Cork Off That Bottle Called “The Power of the Press” And That Is The Very Last Thing That FIFA’s Commercial Sponsors Will Want to Experience
Philip M. Stone February 24, 2006
FIFA owns the World Cup competition and says the media must play by its rules and accept that no game pictures can go on the Internet until a match is over. The media, in turn, accuses FIFA of violating editorial freedom, and breeching freedom of information. Talks have broken down and it is getting increasingly ugly between the two mighty giants. available for restricted access.
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