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 (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.
The UK's Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has received £3.2m in funding from the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) to secure its operations until 2019.
The UK’s top ad spending companies have cut their advertising on pirate websites by 64 percent, a new study has revealed.
Officers from the City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) have visited organisations advertising on websites involved in digital piracy.
A Liverpool man has received a 12 month prison sentence after pleading guilty to illegally distributing chart hits online.
A man has pleaded guilty to illegally distributing Top 40 hits following an investigation by PRS for Music and the City of London’s Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU).
The City of London Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has welcomed the MPA as its seventh partner to join Operation Creative.
A joint investigation between PRS for Music and PIPCU has led to the arrest of a Liverpool man on suspicion of illegally distributing the UK Top 40 online.
The number of top UK ads on copyright infringing websites has dropped by 73 percent since the launch of Operation Creative, a new PIPCU initiative.