8. 6. 2024

Mediavision has come up with a surprising survey. It brings rather unflattering data that a quarter of the respondents in the Nordic countries commit TV piracy.

30. 4. 2024

Two men who operated a business that sold unlicensed subscriptions to pay-TV sports channels have been given a 20-month suspended prison sentence.

15. 2. 2024

A man from London who made £247,552 by illegally streaming sports and movie channels, as well as other premium television content, has been sentenced.

8. 2. 2024

Police in Svidník, Slovakia, is prosecuting a copyright infringement case in which an illegal uploader posted thousands of films on the web.

6. 2. 2024

After two years of negotiations, the European Union agreed on a regulatory framework for artificial intelligence.

5. 2. 2024

A man from Manchester has received a 22-month suspended sentence after an eight-year investigation into the advertising and sale of unauthorised TV decoders.

29. 1. 2024

The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) has shutdown the illegal Cima4U streaming service.

11. 12. 2023

The communications regulator has now commissioned its so called ‘Piracy Shield’, designed to take down sites that illegally broadcast live sporting events.

27. 11. 2023

One of the largest piracy services in the Middle East-North Africa (MENA) region has been shut down in Egypt by the Egyptian police, in collaboration with the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE).

21. 11. 2023

Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) has shut down, a torrent website that was operated out of Thailand.

10. 11. 2023

An intense anti-piracy campaign has been conducted in Greece in recent months by several authorities with the main operators to combat illegal connections.

7. 11. 2023

The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) continues to target major Vietnam-based piracy syndicates and since June has shut down multiple piracy websites belonging to the same piracy syndicate operating out of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.