European anti-piracy battle gains momentum

September 2005
IBE: International Broadcast Engineer;Sep/Oct2005, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the law enforcement achievements of the European Association for the Protection of Encrypted Works and Services in regards to Pay-TV piracy. Challenges in the fight against illicit access to pay services; Success of the anti-piracy investigation discussed by Davide Rossi, general secretary of AEPOC, at the Board of Directors' Meeting and Ordinary General Assembly of AEPOC.


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