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Huge decrease in levels of streaming piracy seen in Malaysia over last 12 months

KUALA LUMPUR: A new study of the online content viewing behaviour of Malaysian consumers, has found a massive 64 per cent decrease in consumers accessing piracy websites over the past 12 months. The survey commissioned by the Asia Video Industry Association’s Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) and...

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TRAI's consultation: DPOs favour defined CAS/SMS framework; Tata Sky, Airtel, IMCL differ

Conditional access system (CAS) and subscriber management systems (SMS) are two key pillars of delivering broadcast services in a secured and encrypted manner to authorised subscribers. However, existing technical requirements for CAS and SMS are generic in nature allowing all type of CAS and SMS...

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No option but to protect digital IPs today: SonyLIV's Manish Verma

The increasing popularity of streaming platforms brings with it the threat of piracy. To tackle this menace, SonyLIV recently chose Intertrust’s cloud-based multi-DRM (digital rights management) service, ExpressPlay DRM, to protect content streaming and downloads, including both online and offline...

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Pay TV execs feel need to innovate to remain relevant, finds study

Over the last two decades, Bhojpuri movies industry has seen a revolution in the form of content, talent, and production.

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Arabsat denies giving signal to BeoutQ, demands apology from FIFA

A few days ago FIFA accused the Saudi Arabia's satellite operator Arabsat of being involved in the act of transmitting pirated signals of the World Cup to BeoutQ. Arabsat president and CEO Khalid Balkheyour has strongly denied the involvement. Instead, Arabsat is demanding an apology from FIFA for...

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