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Italy switches off TV pirates

Italy has been plagued for more than 10 years by dozens of unlicensed Italian pirate broadcasters. Indeed, they have been on air for so long that they have become part…

3 Dutch content pirates sentenced

3 Dutch content pirates sentenced

Following the 2013 raid of five homes in the Netherlands cities of Apeldoorn, Enschede, Vlagtwedde and the Hague which resulted in the 2015 convictions of two pirates, a further three…

Disney, Lucasfilm, Industry Trust join forces once again

Disney, Lucasfilm, Industry Trust join forces once again

Pro-copyright consumer education body the Industry Trust for IP Awareness, The Walt Disney Company and Lucasfilm are collaborating to inspire audiences to choose cinema in a new trailer for IP…

Man arrested for online copyright offences

The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) arrested a 35-year-old man in the south England town of Maidenhead on November 17th on suspicion of copyright offences relating…

Australia: Online copyright infringement rates decrease

Australia: Online copyright infringement rates decrease

Australia’s Department of Communications and the Arts has released the results of the 2016 online copyright infringement survey, which show an overall decrease in the level of infringement in the…

UK pubs fined for illegal Sky use

UK pubs fined for illegal Sky use

Following successful prosecutions by intellectual property protection body FACT (Federation Against Copyright Theft) the Designated Premises Supervisors of the Miners Arms and The Old Crooked Clock, in the Northern UK…

Rights holders: ‘Piracy has no natural frontiers’

According to Mark Lichtenhein, Chairman, Sports Rights Owners Coalition, piracy has no natural frontiers, with increased piracy the potential outcome of EC attempts to introduce cross-country licensing under Digital Single…

Ukraine: Cyberpolice bust pirate movie site

The Ukrainian cyberpolice have closed down one of the country’s major pirate websites, according to the National Police press service, with enforcement officers seizing the company’s servers. Local media reports…

UK boosts Bollywood’s anti-piracy fight

Platform, channel and content protection services provider Friend MTS is leading a delegation heading to India this week that will investigate the country’s escalating problem of digital piracy which costs…

Duvall heads BASE insight team

The British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) – the UK body which represents the interests of publishers and rights-owners of pre-recorded filmed entertainment – has appointed James Duvall as the…

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