How valuable is anti-piracy?
The content protection industry has long struggled with proving value of its services.In short, it is challenging to draw a clear line between content removal and revenueloss prevention.
Digital piracy is defined as the unauthorized use or reproduction of another's work. A pirate is defined as a person who appropriates or reproduces the work of another for profit without permission, usually in contravention of a patent or copyright.
As the global authority in digital piracy, MUSO will be at MIPCOM. Chris Elkins, Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer and Chris Anderson, Head of Film & TV, will be there to demonstrate how MUSO piracy data can drive value, provide insight and help protect digital content.
In the last six months, you told us you wanted to give more people access to the tools and information available through the MUSO dashboard. We’re now excited to release multiple users, meaning you can work more effectively with your team and those that care about your...
MUSO, the authority on digital piracy, collected and published data on the piracy of Game of Thrones Season 8. We achieved this by mapping together multiple data sources to “triangulate the truth” of piracy activity on the year’s most hotly anticipated TV series.
MUSO, the authority on digital piracy, has revealed that the publishing sector saw a significant rise in the number of visits to illegal channels, from 19.66bn in 2017 to 21.83bn in 2018, a rise of over 11%, whilst many other sectors saw an overall year on year decline.
As Capcom’s Devil May Cry 5 is cracked and pirated on its first day of release, we must question whether preventative Digital Rights Management (DRM) is the right approach to the problem of game piracy, says Adam Hitchen, Technical Services Executive at MUSO.