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TMT Trends: Predictions, 2005 - A focus on the media sector
2005 will see the media find new stability in the digital age. The music industry will be the first to emerge as a master of the internet. Legal downloading will flourish, and a concerted, coordinated and global effort to crackdown on pirates will see illegal activity take a significant blow.
UK
 
27 Jan 2005
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Changing China
Everyone recognizes China as a low-cost manufacturer and a huge potential market. But most do not realize China is emerging as a key player in shaping technology standards – standards that could define the nature of global competition in the technology, media and telecommunications sector for years to come.
UK
 
20 Aug 2004
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Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down - Litigation and the film industry
The film industry has a chequered experience of litigation. It took just three weeks to track down the man who stole The Hulk in the US. However, a four-year Nordic saga continues as the Norwegian Economic Crime Unit attempts to bring a teenage code-breaker to justice.
UK
 
30 Jun 2004
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Pirates - digital theft in the film industry
While organised crime largely controls hard copy piracy, the general public downloads soft copy illegal content. A different approach will be needed to combat the newer threat of digital theft.
UK
 
30 Jun 2004
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The Sting-an insider’s guide to film piracy
Piracy comes in two guises – hard copy (physical goods) and soft copy (electronic files). Press and check discs are one of the largest sources of pirated films.
UK
 
24 Jun 2004
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Easy money - counting the cost of pirated films
Piracy cannibalises the main money makers for studios – the rental and sale of DVDs and home videos. Hard copy piracy costs an estimated $3-3.5bn per year; digital theft may cost $3-4bn per year.
UK
 
24 Jun 2004
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The empire fights back-action to date by the film industry
The film industry has reacted by seizing illegal DVDs, initiating legal action and introducing various software solutions. There are limits to each of these routes, and the industry’s focus must expand to include soft copy theft.
UK
 
24 Jun 2004
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Clear and present danger-pirated films now available on the internet
Broadband, compression technology and peertopeer networks are making downloadable films a reality. The industry needs to act on multiple fronts to protect its revenue streams.
UK
 
11 Jun 2004
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Signs: a warning? - lessons to learn from the music industry
The experience of the music industry, which has been plagued by digital theft, should send shivers down the spines of film executives. The music majors are suffering from declining sales and the inability to protect revenues from digital theft.
UK
 
11 Jun 2004
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