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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Pub landlady Karen Murphy has won a legal battle at the high court in London to overturn her conviction for using a cut-price Greek satellite decoder to air Premier League football matches.
Murphy has spent six years fighting a prosecution involving GBP8,000 in fines and costs for bypassing BSkyB's official Premier League satellite feed to show matches cheaply at her Red, White and Blue pub in Southampton.
On Friday the high court quashed her conviction because the Premier League had won its original case on the basis that Murphy was illegally airing the body's games copyrighted for use solely in Greece.
The European …