MPAA approves DreamStream anti-piracy technology
July 4, 2008
The Motion Picture Association of America has approved the use of DreamStream’s secure online file streaming system as a solution to curb digital piracy. “We are very excited to have the MPAA stand behind our technology,” said Ulf Diebel, chief development officer for DreamStream. “The MPAA understands the need to be proactive – rather than reactive — in addressing the chokehold that piracy has on the motion picture industry.”
The MPAA reports that the major motion picture studios lose more than $6 billion every year because of piracy alone.