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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…

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.…

UPC Ireland and Nagravision settle court proceedings

UPC Ireland and Nagravision have reached a settlement of court proceedings against an illegal distributor. This brings to a conclusion a prolonged investigation which originally commenced in November 2006. Operation…

Disney takes on Chinese affiliate over piracy

Disney is fighting a piracy war over its recent film Wall-E against a company that its venture capital arm invested in. The infringing company, 56.com, a Chinese video sharing site…

Latens launches ECO 4.0

Latens has confrmed the 4.0 release of Latens ECOsystem IPTV middleware. ECO 4.0 has enhanced user features and a widened scope, offering many advantages for both operator and subscriber. ECO…

Kazaa foes fight piracy

Two former adversaries who squared off in a bitter legal battle over Kazaa – Micahel Speck and Kevin Bermeister – have joined forces to invent new technology that they say…

Latens global reseller agreement with Motorola

Latens has announced a global reseller agreement with Motorola that makes Latens CAS the core CA component of Motorola's integrated IPTV ecosystem reference platform. The reseller agreement encompasses the complete…

NDS profit slump

CA technology company NDS has reported a drop in revenue and net profit for its fiscal first quarter. Revenue for the quarter fell 11 per cent to $182.2 million, from…

EC: CA is indispensable but should be cross border

In a changing market, it remains essential for the roll-out of pay-TV services that conditional-access systems be protected at European level against piracy. This is the verdict of a new…

Adobe fixes Amazon breach

Amazon.com is now adopting Adobe Systems ncryption on all television shows and movies found on its site. Last week, Amazon.com said it fixed a temporary problem that allowed people to…