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Research: More legal content services best way to counter piracy

The digital media industry needs to offer more legal ways to access content, such as streaming and micropayment systems, to overcome piracy, suggests research by BDRC Continental. At the Media…

UPC Austria sued for piracy?

The Austrian anti piracy association VAP has launched a lawsuit against cable network operator UPC Austria demanding the blockade of the website kino.to by the operator, according to Austrian newspaper…

$2bn lost to pay TV piracy this year

According to an annual piracy survey by CASBAA and Standard Chartered Bank – is that over $2 billion will have been lost to piracy this year. CASBAA noted that this…

Jail and €2m fine for Premiere pirates

AEPOC, the European Association for the Protection of Encrypted Works and Services, has reported a breakthrough judgement against Pay-TV piracy. Belgian prosecutors, joined by AEPOC member Sky Deutschland, have won…

The pirates are losing, don’t hand them weapons

All in all it has been a good year for content protection. This time last year, the Pirate Party (an off shoot of Pirate Bay) was the ‘talk of the…

MPAA website boarded by pirates

MPAA website boarded by pirates

The Motion Picture Association of America’s website was temporarily brought down over the weekend by pirates enraged by an escalation in anti-piracy efforts. MPAA.org and the website of AiPlex Software,…

CRI licenses DPA to IP Cores

Cryptography Research, Inc. and IP Cores, Inc. announced an agreement which will enable IP Cores to develop DPA countermeasure implementations for sale to licensees of Cryptography Research’s DPA patents. “We…

Multi-screen solution from Netgem

Connected entertainment specialist Netgem has unveiled a significant development of its NetgemTV middleware to support new adaptive TV technologies. Extending the reach of pay-TV Operators, these new features are geared…

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