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 6th Anti-Piracy & Content Protection Summit 6th Anti-Piracy & Content Protection Summit
For more information on the speakers and sessions download the agenda.

If you prefer to receive it via email contact Dionne.MariaVaz@iqpc.com with the subject line 'APCP - Agenda'

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  • Past Attendee SnapshotPast Attendee Snapshot
    Take a look at the anti-piracy and content protection experts who have joined us at previous iterations of the event. You'll be able to meet likeminded professionals at the upcoming Summit in July.
  • Registration Form - 6th Anti-Piracy & Content Protection Summit Registration Form - 6th Anti-Piracy & Content Protection Summit
    Download the registration form and email it to enquiryIQPC@iqpc.com. Or for more information call 1-800-882-8684.
  • 5 Reasons to Attend 5 Reasons to Attend
    Take a look at the five reasons why you should attend the upcoming Summit. We'll give you a hint: the digital landscape continues to change, and pirates are constantly finding new ways to breach and distribute unauthorized material, obliging our security strategies and enforcement measures to evolve in kind.

InterviewsInterviews

  • Square Enix: DRM Boosts Profits and Is Here to StaySquare Enix: DRM Boosts Profits and Is Here to Stay
    One of the world's largest gaming companies says DRM is a necessary part of doing business and isn't going away anytime soon. This is an interview with Adam Sullivan of Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd., a Japanese video game developer, publisher and distribution company that is best known for its role-playing video game franchises such as Final Fantasy.

    Adam spoke with Ernesto Van Der Ser of TorrentFreak, describing how although he understands that DRM shouldn't interfere with gaming and there is currently no perfect solution, at the end of the day profit dictates that the controversial practice remains.

    If you prefer to receive this via email contact Dionne.MariaVaz@iqpc.com with the subject line 'Square Enix: DRM Boosts Profits and Is Here to Stay - ACBP'
  • For Zynga, Anti-Piracy Efforts Aren’t Fun & GamesFor Zynga, Anti-Piracy Efforts Aren’t Fun & Games
    In this interview, Ted Hasse, Corporate Counsel IP at Zynga discusses the importance of cooperation between stakeholders in fighting digital piracy. He also shares his thoughts on the most prevalent deficiencies and barriers to copyright protection and some of the most recent developments in copyright protection.
  • Detection is the Key to PreventionDetection is the Key to Prevention
    Strategies for protecting content against rapidly evolving piracy and cyber-attack threats are discussed in this interview with Ralph Echemendia, CEO of Red Edigital. Ralph also touches on how he determines where vulnerabilities lie in an organization’s content protection and distribution delivery systems and his thoughts on the future of content protection.

    If you prefer to receive this via email contact enquiryIQPC@iqpc.com with the subject line 'Detection is the Key to Prevention - APCP'

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  • The True Cost of PiracyThe True Cost of Piracy
    Download this infographic for key facts & figures on the true cost of piracy.

    This infograph was created by BackgroundCheck.org

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  • Media Piracy In Emerging EconomiesMedia Piracy In Emerging Economies

    This report provides a window on digital convergence in emerging economies—a process for which piracy has been, with cell-phone use, arguably the lead application. It explores the fifteen-year arc of optical disc piracy, as discs replaced cassettes and, later, as small-scale cottage industries replaced large-scale industrial production. It traces the first real challenge to that distribution channel in the form of Internet-based services and other forms of large-scale personal sharing. It looks at the organization and practice of enforcement—from street raids, to partnerships between industry and government, to industry reporting and policy lobbying. And it explores consumer demand and changing consumer practices, including the consistent indifference or hostility to enforcement efforts of large majorities of developing-country populations.

    The report consists of nine chapters: a broad introduction to piracy and enforcement; an introduction to the international politics of IP governance; country studies of South Africa, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Bolivia, and India; and a concluding chapter that looks back to the history of the international book market for lessons about the relationship between presentday pirates and incumbent cultural producers.

    Some thirty-five researchers and nine institutions were centrally involved in this project over its three-year arc, though a full accounting would include dozens of sources, readers, and reviewers who contributed generously, and sometimes anonymously. A lengthy, but inevitably partial, list of credits appears in the back matter of this report. Media Piracy in Emerging Economies was made possible by support from the Ford Foundation
    and the Canadian International Development Research Centre.

InterviewsInterviews

  • Q&A: Emerging Anti-Piracy TechnologiesQ&A: Emerging Anti-Piracy Technologies
    Spencer Stephens, EVP Chief Technology Officer of Sony Pictures must provide technology leadership across a wide range of platforms.

    If you prefer to receive this via email contact Dionne.MariaVaz@iqpc.com with the subject line 'Emerging Anti-Piracy Technologies - APCP'
  • The Key to Collaboration Between In House & Outside CounselThe Key to Collaboration Between In House & Outside Counsel
    Has your firm been able to reach the peak of collaboration with its outside counsel? How does it manage international and cross border patent law? We interviewed a Senior Patent Counsel at GlaxoSmithKline who is an expert in outside counsel and international patent law.

    If you prefer to receive this interview via email contact Dionne.Mariavaz@iqpc.com with the subject line 'The Key to Collaboration Between In House & Outside Counsel - APCP'
  • How to Turn Pirates Into ConsumersHow to Turn Pirates Into Consumers
    Richard Atkinson, Adobe’s Director of Worldwide Anti-Piracy, is one of the industry’s foremost experts. During his lengthy career, Richard has led efforts to fight piracy, cyber-threats and cyber-warfare with the likes of Disney, Electronic Arts and Northrup Grumman.

    If you prefer to receive this interview via email contact Dionne.Mariavaz@iqpc.com with the subject line 'How to turn Pirates into consumers - APCP'

PresentationsPresentations

  • Protecting Your Digital Supply Chain and Cloud ServicesProtecting Your Digital Supply Chain and Cloud Services
    Dave Lewis, Director, Anti-Piracy Services, Microsoft Corporation, discusses the software company's program fraud detection, management and prevention using comprehensive global cross-discipline approaches and business intelligence.
  • Into the Future: International Copyright LawInto the Future: International Copyright Law
    Michael Schlesinger of Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp LLP, and a Professional Lecturer in Law at the George Washington University School of Law the four factors in Modern Protection: 1.) Economic (Trade)/Cultural Development 2.) Rule of Law 3.) Government Will and 4.)Accountability/Responsibility/Self-help.

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