The protection of the works on the Internet, card sharing, jurisdiction concerning the cutting off the pirate websites from funding sources are topics presented by the Signal Association during the scientific conference “ICT Crime XXI.2” at the Naval Academy in Gdynia on June 18th, 2019.
The 22nd edition of the TAPT Scientific Conference – “Technical Aspects of ICT Crime” took place on June 3rd-4th, 2019 at he headquarters of the Police Academy in Szczytno.
The online theft of Intellectual Property Rights and TV signal was the subject of the seventh edition of Conference co-organized by Sygnal Association and held on April 10-11, 2019 in Piła’s Police School.
35 international and local organisations, institutions and companies declared their willingness to cooperate in an effort to combat internet piracy in response to the globalisation of cybercrime. The announcement of mutual support as well as experience sharing is the core of the “Warsaw Declaration”, which came to fruition during the International Content Protection Summit in […]
In the face of the cross-national piracy, an effective international cooperation of organisations, institutions and companies becomes essential, emphasised all participants of the Warsaw International Content Protection Summit – the Conference which has just finished. Although the scale of piracy is on the growth the last year’s experiences have proved there are effective ways of combating the illegal video content distribution.
“An Online streaming, a modus operandi, monetization, current trends” was the subject presented by Łukasz Sternowski, Board Member of Sygnal Association, “The ICT Crime of XXI” held on the premises of Maritime Academy in Gdynia (9-11 October, 2018).