Piracy has become big business, according to Rory O’Connor, VP services Irdeto.
Despite the high number of consumers around the globe watching pirated video content (52%), nearly half (48%) would stop or watch less illegal content after learning the damage that piracy causes the media industry.
Spanish National Police have raided a Málaga store that was suspected of hosting an illegal IPTV streaming business.
87% of Russian consumers don’t know that producing or sharing pirated video is illegal.
One out of every three US consumers watch pirated content, according to a survey rleased by Irdeto, but 39% are unconcerned about negative impact of piracy on content creation.
Content theft by pirates has become a full-fledged business and a formidable competitor to established pay TV operators, according to new data released by Irdeto.
Three pirates arrested during raids in 2013 have been sentenced at the Zutphen courthouse, The Netherlands.
How do you spot a pirate? No, it’s not the opening line of a joke, it’s a deadly serious question. Statistically, there are plenty of people living on your block, working in your building, or driving down your street who have watched pirate content. In fact, pirates may be your biggest competition. So what makes […]
Irdeto has appointed Bengt Jonsson as senior VP of global sales.
Conditional access (CA) provider Irdeto and Austrian platform operator ORS have signed a new 10-year deal at IBC 2016 which will see ORS implementing Irdeto cloaked CA to enable the delivery of secure video entertainment services to its customers.