Latvia has passed a law that requires ISPs to block access to TV broadcasts that violate intellectual property rights.
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The World Trade Organization (WTO) has said it would investigate Qatar’s allegations of intellectual property breaches against Saudi Arabia. It concerns piracy of the BeIN Sports channels.
The European Commission has published its inaugural list of non-EU websites and firms that they deem responsible for piracy and counterfeiting abuse of European products, including films and music.
Close to 5 million Italians now watch sports and movies illegally on IPTV.
The Dutch anti-piracy association Brein said this year it sued 75 sellers of illegal IPTV and VOD subscriptions.
Following complaints by Dutch cabler VodafoneZiggo, a cybercrime team of the Midden-Nederland police arrested two men on suspicion of card sharing, a form of piracy in which a legitimate TV subscription is shared unauthorised via the Internet
A new study of the content viewing behaviour of Singaporean consumers revealed that 15% of consumers use a TV box which can be used to stream pirated television and video content.
The Singapore High Court has ordered Singapore’s internet service providers to block access to popular illegal applications that are frequently sold pre-loaded on Android TV boxes.
The Guardia Civil of Alicante has arrested three British men aged 30, 46 and 63 years in Formentera del Segura, who operated an illegal card-sharing operation.