Tag Archives: content piracy

One in Ten U.S. Adults Pirated TV, Movies or Live Sports in 2022 (Variety)

Content piracy is rife in the U.S. Approximately 23 million U.S. adults (11%) pirated content in the last year, according to an exclusive survey fielded last month for VIP+ by YouG... More

M&E Journal: Win the Battle Against Content Piracy: It’s In Your Control

Piracy has been around as long as media and entertainment has existed. As these industries evolve and content becomes more valuable, the stakes only increase. As technology becomes... More

How Broadcasters, Studios and Video Programmers are Fighting Pirates

Broadcasters, TV programmers and movie studios continue to face the problem of piracy, according to experts who spoke Oct. 19 during the panel session “How Video Programmers Anti... More

Content Piracy: Is it a Game of Whack-a-Mole or Collaborative Cat and Mouse? (TVB Europe)

NAGRA's Tim Pearson argues that the content industry needs to collaborate in order to defeat piracy – that includes content owners, operators and even governments.... More

HITS Fall: Genpact Heads Talk New Approaches to Copyright Enforcement

It’s a hyper-connected world and media and entertainment companies are constantly on the lookout for new, digital solutions to protect their content, their brand and their standa... More

M&E Journal: Avoiding Cybercrime: Taking the Right Steps

By Mathew Gilliat-Smith, CEO, Fortium Technologies - Instances of content piracy are nothing new. Thieves have been stealing movies and television shows for decades, but recent ... More