Portfolio Marketing Manager
Combat pirated IPTV services to protect your revenue
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) has grown in popularity in a short span of time, as a result of Internet connectivity speeds and the low cost of IPTV enabled devices. While legitimate broadcasters are starting to utilise IPTV solutions, a growing number of rogue streamers are using the same technology to deliver unauthorised content. Not only can thousands of channels be distributed via illegal IPTV subscriptions, but channels that should be geo-blocked are being made available outside of their own territories. Live sports broadcasts, pay-per-views and even award shows are being shown through these unauthorized services. As a result, many rights owners and... Read More
Portfolio Marketing Manager
Power up your AntiPiracy strategy with business intelligence
The world of piracy has changed dramatically from just a few years ago. As technology has advanced to make our working and social lives easier, it’s also allowed pirates to become more sophisticated. They’re even pirating pirated sites and stealing the branding of more popular sites using subdomains, redirecting traffic much like they do from legitimate sites. More than that, the profile of the consumer of digital pirated content has changed too. A few years ago, getting your hands on illegal content took a bit of effort. Yes, it was largely peer-to-peer based, uploading and downloading shows, music and movies, but... Read More
Portfolio Marketing Manager
The New Face of Piracy — Everyone
The next generation of pirated content is proving hard to resist for a broad base of users. Offering unlimited access to shows, movies, music and games, packages now arrive with a slick interface that replicates, or in some instances, are easier to use then your legitimate streaming service. These over the air streams, add-ons, social media and live streaming posts have changed the face of pirating. No longer is it the more tech-savvy users, scouring illicit torrent sites looking for the latest leak, but now people who would never think of pirating a show via torrent, or don’t have a clue... Read More
Until recently, digital pirates have used both P2P sites and cyberlockers to upload and share pirated content. But as Internet connection speeds have increased, the piracy landscape has changed, and the appearance of streaming content has proliferated. In fact, 38% of online sporting fans are watching live streaming of their favorite events. However, the recent introduction of live streaming apps is further compounding issues surrounding online piracy, as they are quickly gaining popularity with one of these apps hitting a million users in its first ten days of availability. Although these apps have only existed for a few months, they are... Read More

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Alison Simpson
With more than 14 years’ experience in the domain industry, Alison has managed all aspects of Corporate Domain Managem... More