Kenyan pay TV operators GOtv Kenya and StarTimes Kenya have said they will take legal action after local broadcasters aired adverts advising viewers not to purchase the two firms’ digital set-tops, according to local reports. The broadcasters, Nation Media Group (NMG), Royal Media Services (RMS) and Standard Group (SG), which together recently formed the Africa Digital Network (ADN) to supply digital set-tops to the Kenyan market, aired the adverts on channels NTV, KTN, QTV and Citizen, asking vieers to wait for their own deciders to made available to the market.GOtv and StarTimes have taken issue with claims that they breach copyright by making the channels available on their own services, arguing that they are obliged to do so by must-carry rules that have been upheld by the country’s Supreme Court.The pair said that the advert is defamatory and intended to mislead, and that their boxes offered Kenyans the option of receiving channels for free or signing up for pay TV services.
ShareTweet TRADERS have been warned to be on their guard against fake notes.It follows the detection a counterfeit £10 Ulster Bank note which was detected by hawk-eyed staff in recent days at a shop in Strabane.PSNI Foyle say: “They say money doesn’t grow on trees yet some people like to think it does!! “This is a note (pictured above) which was passed to businesses in Strabane in past couple of days.“On initial inspection it appears to be a genuine note.“Thankfully staff were observant and by using an ultra violet pen, discovered it was in fact a counterfeit £10 note made from paper.“Two males were arrested very shortly after. The matter is still being investigated. “Please do not let your business fall victim to this over the Christmas period.“Staff will be busy but encourage them to take their time when handling notes and if in doubt get it checked out. “Use a UV pen and more importantly, feel the note. “Nine times out of ten it is the feel and the smell of a note that gives it away as being counterfeit.”TWO MALES ARRESTED FOR PASSING COUNTERFEIT £10 NOTE IN SHOP was last modified: December 14th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: PSNI FOYLEstrabaneTWO MALES ARRESTED FOR PASSING COUNTERFEIT £10 NOTE IN SHOPULSTER BANK £10 NOTE