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Abu Dhabi jails pirate website operator

The Abu Dhabi Court has convicted the administrator of a pirate website for illegally uploading torrents and facilitating illegal streaming of copyrighted television series, movies, and misusing OSN’s intellectual property…

Researchers expose risks of free live-streaming

Millions of people use free live-streaming websites to watch sports and other live events online, but this comes with a considerable security risk. Researchers from KU Leuven-iMinds and Stony Brook…

Trio arrested for digital TV piracy

Trio arrested for digital TV piracy

Three men have been arrested for digital TV piracy after raids were carried out in in the UK West Midlands city of Coventry. Officers from Coventry Police assisted colleagues from…

Agencies, brands endorse TAG anti-piracy pledge

The Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG), an advertising industry initiative to fight criminal activity in the digital advertising supply chain, has confirmed that leading Interpublic and Omnicom agencies, as well as…

Giant support for Moments Worth Paying For

Giant support for Moments Worth Paying For

Steven Spielberg’s live-action family adventure The BFG comes to life in the latest instalment of pro-copyright education body The Industry Trust’s Moments Worth Paying For campaign. The trailer, exclusive to…

UK crackdown on illegal TV stream scam

Officers from UK IP protection trade body the Federation of Copyright Theft (FACT) and Police Scotland executed two search warrants at addresses in Glasgow as part of an ongoing investigation…

Star India hits cable systems for piracy

Star TV has filed official complaints against dozens of cable operators with allegations of piracy and signal theft of its pay-TV transmissions. Police have raided certain cable operators and seized…

EC Digital Single Market: Industry reaction

A number of broadcast industry trade bodies and observers have commented on the European Commission’s Digital Single Market proposals. Cable Europe welcomed the proposal to amend the Audiovisual Media Services…

New EC rules: Quotas for Netflix, Prime

New EC rules: Quotas for Netflix, Prime

The European Commission has proposed an update of EU audiovisual rules to create a fairer environment for all players, promote European films, protect children and tackle hate speech better, as…

Education key to copyright safeguarding

The changing UK film and TV piracy landscape is revealed in new figures released to coincide with the CREATe Industry Copyright Education & Awareness Symposium May 24th, where key stakeholders…

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