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Pirate Bay case begins

The founders of a website which carries links to unauthorised copies of music, films and TV programmes go on trial in Sweden this week on charges of copyright theft. The…

Viaccess and RRD mobile TV solution

Viaccess and RRD, the DVB-H service integrator, have announced an end-to-end mobile TV security solution, based on the OMA BCAST SmartCard Profile standard. The joint offering ensures full interoperability between…

UK will NOT legislate on piracy

The UK’s Intellectual Property minister David Lammy has said the government will not force Internet service providers to pursue file sharers. This despite signals from government they would force ISPs…

Viaccess PurpleBox

Viaccess has successfully completed a rigorous security audit of its PurpleBox system, a robust cardless content security solution for IPTV. According to audit results, the robustness of Viaccess's PurpleBox solution…

SecureMedia protects Sezmi

SecureMedia, technology leader in open content protection software, has announced that SecureMedia’s Encryptonite ONE System CA/DRM software solution is providing the persistent digital content protection for Sezmi’s innovative personal television…

Jail sentence for pirating Digital Plus

David Del Valle in Madrid A Spanish Court in the North of the Country has sentenced a hotelier to six months in jail and to pay E20,000 for pirating Sogecable-controlled…

Tudou sued for copyright infringement

Over 80 copyright holders including video portal Joy.cn, film distributor PolyBona Film, and record label Orange Sky Entertainment have formed an anti-piracy alliance, and are suing China's largest video-sharing site…

Pirates target Telefonica's Brazilian DTH platform

From Branislav Pekic in Rome Launched last year, Brazilian DTH platform Telefônica TV Digital, which has some 280,000 subscribers in the State of São Paulo, has become the target of…

Thesps against piracy

Members of Britain's film-making elite are calling on the government urge ISPs to help stop movies being illegally traded online, warning some 800,000 jobs are at risk during the downturn.…

EU Conditional Access expert group

The European Commission is to set a high-level expert group to advise it on the detail of the revised Conditional Access Directive, with members drawn from all twenty-seven member states.…