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Big fight piracy warning

Big fight piracy warning

In advance of the Whyte vs. Chisora heavyweight boxing re-match scheduled for PPV broadcast on December 22nd, Kieron Sharp, CEO of UK intellectual property protection organisation Federation Against Copyright Theft…

Synamedia launches Credentials Sharing Insight

Video software provider Synamedia, the company created from the acquisition of Cisco’s Service Provider Video Software Solutions business, and backed by the Permira funds, has unveiled Credentials Sharing Insight, its…

EC publishes Counterfeit and Piracy Watch List

EC publishes Counterfeit and Piracy Watch List

The European Commission has published its long-awaited Counterfeit and Piracy Watch-List, which names both online and physical marketplaces that are reported to engage in counterfeiting and piracy. It focuses on…

Multimillion boost for UK’s creative industries

Multimillion boost for UK’s creative industries

More than £20 million (€22.5m) is being pumped into the UK’s thriving creative industries to help inspire and attract new talent, scale up existing businesses, boost skills and provide education.…

Inside Secure buys Verimatrix for $125m

Inside Secure buys Verimatrix for $125m

The content security sector is being further consolidated with the news that mobile and connected devices security solutions specialist Inside Secure has entered into an exclusivity agreement to acquire network-connected…

Fury-Wilder: Nearly 10m illegal views

Fury-Wilder: Nearly 10m illegal views

Data from digital piracy data analysis specialist MUSO reveals that, throughout the weekend’s boxing match between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, the fight drew a piracy audience of 9.98 million…

4.5m Italians watch pay-TV illegally

4.5m Italians watch pay-TV illegally

An estimated 4.5 million Italians aged over 15 illegally watch live sporting events, in a total of about 21 million acts of piracy carried out during 2017. The Fapav-Ipsos data…

Australia: Tougher laws to fight online piracy

Stronger laws to crack down on online pirates will commence shortly after the Australian Government’s Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2018 passed the Parliament. The Bill strengthens the capacity of…

15% of Singaporeans use illicit streaming device

A study of the content viewing behaviour of Singaporean consumers revealed that 15 per cent of consumers use a TV box which can be used to stream pirated television and…

NAGRA, NOS team up for football anti-piracy

NAGRA, NOS team up for football anti-piracy

Content protection and multiscreen television solutions provider NAGRA and Portuguese multiplay operator NOS are stepping up the fight against broadcast and streaming piracy of Benfica football league matches. NOS, which…

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