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Metrics boost for fraudulent video monitoring

Big data and business intelligence online media services specialist NPAW (Nice People At Work) has revealed overlapping metrics built into its YOUBORA Infinity platform to help subscription-based video-on-demand services (SVoD)…

NexGuard, Ericsson team for Network ID watermarking

Forensic watermarking technology and solutions provider NexGuard has unveiled its Network ID product, set to be launched as a technology partnership with Ericsson, at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam. NexGuard’s Network…

NAGRA supports StarHub IP transition

Content protection and multiscreen television solutions provider NAGRA has completed the end-to-end integration of Singapore operator StarHub’s multi-network pay-TV services into the operator’s brand new Hubtricity facility. As lead system…

London licensees fined for pirating Sky Sports

London licensees fined for pirating Sky Sports

A licensee has been found guilty of three offences of dishonest reception of a television transmission by showing Sky Sports to customers without a commercial agreement from Sky. Jagdish Karsan…

Mayweather vs McGregor: 239 illegal streams

Mayweather vs McGregor: 239 illegal streams

The Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor boxing match was not the only competition generating attention this past weekend. Data from digital platform security specialist Irdeto indicates that piracy continues to…

Licensees convicted for Sky Sports piracy

Two London licensees have been found guilty of four offences each of dishonest reception of a television transmission by showing Sky Sports to customers without a commercial agreement from Sky.…

China copyright success for MPAA

Chinese cloud-based acceleration technology company Xunlei has been ordered to pay damages and restitution to the Motion Picture Association of America, which sued the video site for copyright infringement. A…

Hackers threaten to leak Game of Thrones finale

Hackers threaten to leak Game of Thrones finale

Hackers, who have tormented premium broadcaster HBO in recent weeks, have now threatened to leak the Game of Thrones‘ season seven finale. The HBO hackers reportedly contacted media outlet Mashable…

Australia: ‘Biggest-ever’ anti-piracy campaign

Australia: ‘Biggest-ever’ anti-piracy campaign

Creative Content Australia (CCA), an industry organisation committed to raising awareness about the value of copyright and the impact of content theft on the screen industries, has launched Australia’s biggest…

Australia: Further site-blocking court action

Australia: Further site-blocking court action

Australian pay-TV operator Foxtel has welcomed actions taken by the Federal Court to block an additional 127 domain names which provide access to 15 pirate streaming sites and two torrent…