A bankruptcy court in Florida has ruled that Amit Bhalla, a retailer of IPTV streaming devices with unauthorised channels, cannot use a bankruptcy case to shield himself from monetary liability for copyright infringement.
Sky’s chief operating officer has praised the work of the Premier League in combatting online piracy.
German football association Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL) has selected Swiss content protection solutions provider Nagra as a partner in its fight against illegal content sharing of live Bundesliga matches over the internet.
Despite major growth in the number and range of legal online content choices available to them, recent studies have found Singaporeans to be among the top consumers of pirated online content around the world.
Nagra’s 2017 Pay-TV Innovation Forum highlights that the pay-TV industry is in a period of unprecedented global change, with many service providers facing a perfect storm of slowing growth, intensifying competition and business model disruption.
Password sharing for SVOD services is common among young people in the US.
Pirates looking to capitalise on the fight of the century were actively advertising their illegal streams across the internet to reach a worldwide audience, according to Irdeto.
NL Connect, the Dutch trade association of cable and telecom operators, has called for action by the consumer protection authority ACM when it comes content exclusivity.
Users of the popular media player Roku receive a stark warning when they install channels outside of the official store, according to TorrentFreak.
Four people have been arrested in India in connection with the leaking of an episode of Game of Thrones.