Underlying issues in music data present challenges to new technologies such as blockchain and AI, according to a new report from the Intellectual Property Office (IPO).
Cryptocurrency mining is providing a lucrative new revenue stream for online music pirates which can be hard to detect, warns tech expert Helen Saunders.
The Intellectual Property Office has stated that so-called ‘Kodi’ and other illegal IPTV set-top boxes and sticks should be avoided.
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has opened a call for views from the creative sectors on Intellectual Property (IP) and industrial strategy. Have your say...
The number of music lovers accessing illegal content decreased by 2 percent in 2016/17, according to new Intellectual Property Office (IPO) figures.
Research has shown that the latest trend in music piracy is stream-ripping - but what is it, and how could it affect you?
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has called for the collecting society's successful anti-piracy strategy to be used as ‘best practice’ for future industry action against copyright infringement.
Illegal streaming devices and ‘stream-rippers’ threaten copyright progress, warns the Intellectual Property Office (IPO).
Stream-ripping now overshadows all other methods of illegal music piracy, a new report from PRS for Music and the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) finds.
The rise of streaming services such as Spotify and Netflix could be kerbing online piracy, according to a new study.