A New York-based technology firm says it has identified a new connected TV advertising fraud scheme.
Two out of three people in Germany (64%) are unaware of the hidden dangers of piracy – fraud, identity theft and malware – or its links to criminal gangs, according to new research by intellectual property protection organisation FACT.
The Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission (LRTK) has adopted its 100th decision to block pirated websites.
In a joint search operation conducted by the Central Office for Cybercrime in Bavaria, which was set up at the General Prosecutor’s Office in Bamberg, and the Bayreuth Criminal Police Inspectorate in several federal states, the police and judiciary succeeded in striking a serious blow against the nationwide card-sharing scene.
Ukraine’s Cyberpolice department and main investigation department of the National Police have uncovered a company that illegally distributed TV channels in Kyiv and Vinnytsia oblasts.
Thousands of subscribers to an illegal streaming service have received a warning letter from the Police.
A man who pleaded guilty to supplying set-top boxes that illegally provided access to pay-TV content has been jailed for two years.
Group-IB, a global threat hunting and intelligence company headquartered in Singapore, today presented its report Jolly Roger’s patrons.
Saudi Arabian officials say they’ve carried out an “online inspection campaign” to crackdown on piracy in the Kingdom.
A combined operation by the Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), the Spanish Football League (LaLiga), NAGRA and Nordic Content Protection has resulted in the closure of an illegal IPTV streaming network based in Spain that served more than two million paying subscribers worldwide.