North Walsham man pleads not guilty to providing illegal streaming devices
PUBLISHED: 17:57 04 August 2017 | UPDATED: 19:50 04 August 2017
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A North Walsham man has pleaded not guilty to enabling customers to illegally stream Sky television content.
Glenn Burrows, 32, was charged with the provision of illegal streaming devices via the companies Ooberstick and Oober media, based in North Walsham.
The charge states that the devices enable customers to obtain services dishonestly, by viewing encrypted Sky content.
Burrows, of Princes Street, North Walsham, also pleaded not guilty to possessing criminal property, namely the proceeds from the sale of the illegal streaming devices.
Both offences are alleged to have taken place between January 1, 2016 and 19 December, 2016.
Burrows, wearing a jumper and glasses, entered his plea at Norwich Magistrates’ Court on Friday afternoon.
His co-defendent, Darren Wicks, 44, of Barken Road, Chippenham, is also charged with the provision of illegal streaming devices via the companies Ooberstick and Oober media.
He did not enter a plea.
Both men are due to appear at Norwich Crown Court on September 1.