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EAO publishes online copyright enforcement guide

Thursday 14 January 2016 | 13:58 CET | News
The decline of physical video and the spectacular rise of on-demand services in Europe have created a host of new copyright infringement schemes such as ad-funded peer-to-peer communities, live TV gateways and embedded streaming, according to a new report on online copyright enforcement published by the European Audiovisual Observatory (EAO). After pointing out that the 2015 season finale of Game of Thrones has been downloaded 14.4 million times via BitTorrent, the report begins by analysing the mindsets of European users with regard to illegal downloading and offers some key figures on the

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: BitTorrent / European Audiovisual Observatory / European Commission
Countries: Europe
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