“Thank you for # stayingathome and watching legal VoD” – this is how the leading Polish VoD platforms: Ipla, Player and TVP VOD want to thank all of those who choose legal sources during the quarantine and watch movies, series, concerts and other audiovisual content. The campaign is organized by the Sygnał Association.
Policemen from the Cybercrime Unit of the Provincial Police Headquarters in Lublin carried out official activities in a case concerning the activities of a group of people involved in the illegal provision of digital television signals using non-authorized devices, used for cardsharing.
In Warsaw on March 9-10 the 12th TIME Economic Forum was held. Teresa Wierzbowska, president of Sygnał, took part in the discussion about the digital tax, the code of digital services and audiovisual and copyright directives.
In Poland, piracy is on the defensive. In an interview with Wirtualnemedia.pl Teresa Wierzbowska, president of the Sygnał Association dealing with the problem of TV/video piracy in Poland, argues that the data concerning Australia do not find analogies on our market.
Police officers fighting economic crime from the Provincial Police Headquarters in Olsztyn arrested a 49-year-old man suspected of cardsharing. For several years now, an inhabitant of the Mrągowo poviat has been illegally sharing access to the programs of paid digital platforms.
On Februar 13, 2020 in Katowice Regional Police Headquarters we completed the nationwide programme of trainings addressed to the police and prosecutors called “piractwo.tv”. We trained 782 police officers and prosecutors of 16 voievodoships.
Demonetization of online piracy was the subject of the workshop organized by Sygnal, which took place on December 6 this year at the headquarters of TVN.
On October 22-25, 2019 in Białowieża, members of the Sygnał Association participated in training workshops on counteracting cybercrime committed to the detriment of banks and their clients. The workshop was organized by the Provincial Police Headquarters in Białystok.
Wrocław’s police detained a man who illegally provided television signal. In this way, he exposed operators and broadcasters to a loss of over 370 thousand zlotys. This is an offence which carries a maximum sentence of three years imprisonment.
While fighting against piracy on the Internet, members of the Sygnał Association often encounter the issues of protection of personal rights and legal entities and the issue of using the image of public figures.