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.
A new version of the free online app Music Inc, which puts players in the driving seat to guide them through modern day challenges and opportunities in the industry, has been released.