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AAPA elects new VPs

AAPA elects new VPs

Phillip Davies, Head of Content Protection and Cybersecurity, Sky, and Mark Mulready, Senior Director Cybersecurity and Anti-Piracy, Irdeto, have been elected to the roles of Vice President of the Audiovisual…

High support for IP rights among EU citizens

An EU-wide survey carried out by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) shows that 97 per cent of all EU citizens believe it is important that inventors, creators and…

Networks win further FilmOn X court battle

Networks win further FilmOn X court battle

The major US television networks have secured a favourable appeals court victory in a case centring on alleged illegal online retransmission of their programmes. FOX, ABC, NBC, and CBS have…

Survey: Millennials shaping MENA video piracy

An online consumer piracy survey from the digital platform security specialist Irdeto has found that over half of respondents polled in the MENA region – 59 per cent in Egypt…

PRS celebrates anti-piracy initiatives

PRS for Music – which represents the rights of over 124,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers in the UK – has reported what it describes as impressive results one year…

Analyst: Chinese SVoD market huge growth potential

According to Michael Boreham, Senior Consultant at Futuresource Consulting, SVoD uptake in China is being driven by the younger consumer group, with the market having huge potential for growth driven…

Premier League wins ‘Kodi box’ court order

Premier League wins ‘Kodi box’ court order

On March 8th, an application for a Court Order, that will result in servers streaming unauthorised English Premier League content being blocked, was heard and granted in the English High…

Research: Warning letters unlikely to stop illegal downloads

Research by broadband comparison website Broadband Genie has revealed the majority (72 per cent) of the public believe piracy warning letters sent by UK ISPs are unlikely to have any…

Half of consumers willing to reduce content piracy

Half of consumers willing to reduce content piracy

The largest global consumer piracy online survey ever conducted has found that consumer education could reduce the number of individuals who watch pirated video content. The Irdeto Global Consumer Piracy…

£250K fine in ‘Kodi box’ case

£250K fine in ‘Kodi box’ case

A man in the northeast England city of Hartlepool who sold illegal Internet TV boxes that allowed pubs and clubs to screen pay-to-view TV free of charge has received a…