Home » Archives by category » Content » Piracy

Report: Illicit streaming devices pose safety risk

A series of product safety tests on popular illicit streaming devices entering the UK have found that 100 per cent fail to meet national electrical safety regulations. The findings are…

Australia: Content theft remains static

Australia: Content theft remains static

Independent research commissioned by anti-piracy organisation Creative Content Australia (CCA) shows the growth of online screen content theft has been arrested and remains static, with 21 per cent of adults…

Irdeto, Foxtel extend security partnership

Digital platform security specialist Irdeto has extended its long-standing security partnership with Foxtel, Australia’s leading pay-TV operator, with the aim of providing Foxtel with a reliable and stable security partner…

Joint European operation against online piracy

Joint European operation against online piracy

An international joint operation against online piracy criminal groups supported by Eurojust –  the EU’s Judicial Cooperation Unit which supports judicial coordination and cooperation between national authorities – has resulted…

Research: Piracy cost $6bn-$8bn annually

Video piracy – the copying and selling copyrighted content – has been around since the advent of the VHS tape and home video recording in 1979, notes market intelligence firm…

Spain: 7 football piracy arrests

Spain: 7 football piracy arrests

Seven people have been arrested across Spain for the illegal broadcasting of football matches, offering the pirated content in different formats: direct download, streaming and P2P distribution. The arrests were…

Southeast Asia: Coalition Against Piracy unveiled

Southeast Asia: Coalition Against Piracy unveiled

Members and supporters of the newly-established Coalition Against Piracy gathered at the annual CASBAA Convention in Macau on November 7th to mark the initiation of joint work in southeast Asia…

Piracy drop boosts Australia home video consumption

Piracy drop boosts Australia home video consumption

Consumer data released from the Australian Home Entertainment Distributors Association (AHEDA) indicates that in-home consumption of video has benefited from industry efforts to combat film and TV piracy. New research…

Report: 6.5% US households pirating TV monthly

Report: 6.5% US households pirating TV monthly

According to Global Internet Phenomena Spotlight, a report focusing on paid subscription television piracy services from network intelligence  specialist Sandvine, reveals that 6.5 per cent of households in North America…

Analyst: Online piracy losses to hit $52bn

Analyst: Online piracy losses to hit $52bn

Revenues lost to online piracy will nearly double between 2016 and 2022 to $51.6 billion (€44.5bn), according to the Online TV Piracy Forecasts report from Digital TV Research. Covering 138…

Page 1 of 121123Next ›Last »