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Entertainment giants create first global anti-piracy group

Wednesday 14 June 2017 | 13:56 CET | News
A group of 30 leading content creators and on-demand entertainment companies from around the world, including Netflix, Walt Disney, Warner Bros, Amazon and HBO, have teamed up to launch a new global coalition against online piracy. The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment, or ACE for short, marks the first time Hollywood studios and digital entertainment companies have joined forces to protect the legal market for creative content. In a joint statement to launch the initiative, ACE said last year saw around 5.4 billion downloads of pirated wide release films and primetime TV and VoD

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Amazon / AMC / AMC Networks / BBC / Bell Canada / Canal+ / Foxtel / HBO / Hulu / Netflix / Paramount / Sky / Sony / Sony Pictures Entertainment / Televisa / The Walt Disney Company / Twentieth Century Fox / Univision / Warner Bros
Countries: Western Europe
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