This country's prime minister intervened because people couldn't watch the World Cup

Tech 18-6-2018 Mashable 24
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Never get between fans and the World Cup.

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has stepped in after people complained of streaming issues with Optus, which holds the right to locally broadcast all the games at the tournament.

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On Twitter, Turnbull said he had spoken with the telecommunications company's CEO, Allen Lew, who reassured the problems would be fixed by Monday night.

I have spoken with the Optus CEO, Allen Lew. He assures me he is giving the World Cup streaming problems his personal attention and he believes it will be fixed this evening.

— Malcolm Turnbull (@TurnbullMalcolm) June 18, 2018 Read more...

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