Viaccess-Orca (VO), a global leader providing OTT and TV platforms, content protection, and advanced data solutions, announced today a new e-book, "Fighting Piracy Across the Globe: Spotlight on Spain."
THE NEWS:VO's report examines the video piracy landscape in Spain, a key European market with a strong TV industry and an equally robust problem with video piracy.
WHERE:The e-book is available for download here.
WHY:According to EUIPO, the agency responsible for registering and upholding intellectual property rights, over 6% of the Spanish population — about 2.16 million people — use unauthorized IPTV to watch their favorite video content. Although staggering, this number does not even represent the biggest section of the illegal audience. VO's e-book analyzes the piracy landscape in Spain and provides five key recommendations for an effective anti-piracy strategy.
WHAT:An expert in combatting video piracy, VO's award-winning security technologies help operators fight digital piracy and recently passed Cartesian's rigorous Farncombe Security Audit Watermark process. The e-book identifies how operators and broadcasters in Spain can decrease revenue loss to piracy by implementing state-of-the-art, end-to-end, DRM content protection solutions for connected devices.