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Those tempted to buy illicit TV access devices such as the fabled Kodi box may get their fingers burned, literally, says a report from Electrical Safety First and FACT, one of the UK’s leading intellectual property protection organisations.

Expanding a long-term relationship to securely distribute premium content across any device, leading Australian pay-TV provider Foxtel has selected content protection firm Irdeto to secure set-top boxes (STBs) and its Foxtel Now streaming service.

Service providers are losing $6 to $8 billion annually in revenue to piracy, according to ABI Research.
Secure Channels is developing its own entertainment security operations centre (ESOC), for what it’s billing as the world’s first centralised hub for the secure management of entertainment industry content.

The newly formed Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) has outlined the steps it is taking to rid the Asian pay-TV industry of increased piracy during an annual convention held by Asia’s multichannel video industry body CASBAA in Macau.

A study from Digital TV Research has revealed that online TV piracy is spreading worldwide, with revenues lost to the phenomenon in 138 countries set to nearly double between 2016 and 2022 to $51.6 billion.
Aiming to improve planning, management and reporting and as part of its strategy to focus on empowering executives to align security strategies with business goals, Kudelski has introduced the CxO Performance Solutions (CPS).

It has been a hot summer for the MENA Broadcast Satellite Anti-Piracy Coalition which between April and September 2017 shut down 30 Arabic and western pirate TV channels, and has prompted 26 other channels to stop violating copyrights.