A new survey has found the majority of pay-TV providers have Android on their technology roadmaps, but only half are willing to pay a premium for the privledge.
The Spanish National Police and Europol have successfully raided of one of the largest European illegal IPTV streaming businesses.
Stofa has selected the Irdeto Cloaked CA to protect the content on its forthcoming Android set-top box.
Philip Davies and Mark Mulready have been elected to the roles of VP of the Audiovisual Anti-Piracy Alliance (AAPA), effective April 1.
A new online consumer piracy survey from Irdeto found that over half of respondents polled in MENA – 59% in Egypt and 53% in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) – admitted to watching pirated video content.
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.