During the past five years, the percentage of people in The Netherlands that are watching illegal downloads has gone down from 41% in 2013 to 24% this year.
Spain’s La Guardia Civil has blocked 23 pirate websites that provided copyrighted content over P2P networks.
What if the common belief that the losses in traditional pay TV subscribers are due to mainstream video streaming services is wrong? Or, that belief is an oversimplification of a complex problem?
One in two Latvian viewers watches online content or satellite TV illegally.
An eBay seller of pre-loaded Kodi boxes has agreed to pay the Premier League £18,000 and stop selling the pirate devices.
Russia’s Channel One has decided to take a proactive approach in its fight with piracy.
The Dutch District Court in The Hague has ordered internet hosting provider Ecatel to stop providing any services that facilitate the viewing of illegal streams of Premier League football, and could face a fine of up to €1.5 million if it refuses to do so.
WATCH VIDEO. The European crackdown on pirate TV operations continues, as police in the Dutch city of Enschede raided a shop and closed the card-sharing operation operated by Euro Global.
The European Commission has launched a public consultation to establish its first world-wide Counterfeit and Piracy Watch-List.
WATCH VIDEO. Police officers from the National Police Headquarters in Lublin have arrested three men, who were charged with illegally distributing both free-to-air and pay-TV digital television signals.