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EC: CA is indispensable but should be cross border

In a changing market, it remains essential for the roll-out of pay-TV services that conditional-access systems be protected at European level against piracy. This is the verdict of a new…

Adobe fixes Amazon breach

Amazon.com is now adopting Adobe Systems ncryption on all television shows and movies found on its site. Last week, Amazon.com said it fixed a temporary problem that allowed people to…

Euromedia April 2008: CA / DRM for multiple devices

Content Security in a multi-platform, ';my media' world, remains a key concern among content providers and platform operators. CA, DRM, Watermarking, all play their part. Can an ideal world of…

Adobe fixes Amazon breach

Amazon.com is now adopting Adobe Systems ncryption on all television shows and movies found on its site. Last week, Amazon.com said it fixed a temporary problem that allowed people to…

FACT Federation Against Copyright Theft

When it was established in 1983, FACT's primary purpose was to protect the United Kingdom's film and broadcasting industry against counterfeiting, copyright and trademark infringements. FACT did this by representing…

Anti Counterfeiting Group

The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) is a not for profit trade association, recognised as a leading authority on the worldwide trade in fakes.  ACG was founded in the UK in 1980…

AEPOC the association for CA vendors

AEPOC is the European Association for the Protection of Encrypted Works and Services (Association Européenne pour la Protection des Œuvres et services Cryptés). Its members include 31 of the major…

Conax pairs chips for increased security

From Nick Snow in Amsterdam Conditional access provider Conax is claiming success with introducing increased levels of security to meet the new challenges that digital TV Conditional access provider Conax…

Kudelski claims Europe piracy victory

Kudelski, which owns Nagravision says it scored a big victory in its fight against pay-TV piracy in Europe with a German court prohibiting one of Although the banned “free-to-air” decoders…

Philips takes over Teletrax

Royal Philips Electronics has assumed full ownership of its former joint venture Teletrax, the world's first global broadcast intelligence company. Philips plans to combine Teletrax…