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In a move that it says protects its users and the integrity of its platform, Google has disabled 210 channels on YouTube when it discovered suspicious activity regarding videos related to the current protests in Hong Kong.

The Federation Against Copyright Theft has revealed that in July 2019 its investigators and UK law enforcement agencies had attended and served cease and desist notices at sixteen UK premises to individuals suspected of supplying illegal English Premier League (EPL) streaming content.

The consumer education initiative that engages and encourage fans to value the creative process and to access content legally, Get It Right (From A Genuine Site), is moving to its next phase.
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Standards-based watermarking provider Verance Corporation has revealed plans to add support for Project Open Addressable Ready (OAR) to its Aspect platform. 

ATEME has developed a proof of concept for watermarking, which it trialled at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
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In 2019, OTT and pay-TV companies in the US will see $9.1 billion in lost revenue due to piracy and account sharing.

“Firm action must be taken quickly” against pirate TV network beoutQ, a delegation from Qatar’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry has told the World Trade Organisation (WTO) dispute settlement panel in Geneva.
Pirate TV network beoutQ has been slammed by African football’s governing body after it illegally broadcast every group phase match of the ongoing African Cup of Nations competition.