The International Content Protection Summit Conference, the Warsaw’s Declaration, conference in Ossa, trainings for 1011 participants, the “piractwo.tv” program, cooperation with law enforcement, continuation of the „Follow the money” campaign – such was the year 2018 for Sygnal.
Police Officers from the Cyber Crime Unit of the Rzeszów Regional Police Headquarters discontinued one more time the piracy dealings of illegal TV signal distribution. 41-years old from Mielec who illegally disseminated online TV programmes of the lawful digital platforms has been brought to justice for “sharing”.
Police officers intercepted 6 citizens of Turk for the violation of the Act on the protection of some services provided by electronic means by making available to their subscribers illegally shared TV signal. The investigation revealed to date over 600 users of this illegal software. The case is evolving. It has been alleged by the Konin’s Prosecutors there could be more subscribers to this service.
Scaling up the Sygnal’s activities to international level was a priority last year. The key event therefore was organizing The International Content Protection Summit on international cooperation in combating the theft of audio-visual content. The Summit took place in Warsaw on 18-19 October, 2019 and resulted in adoption of “The Warsaw Declaration” – an agreement […]
Jakub Wajdzik in his interview with Teresa Wierzbowska, President of Signal talked about piracy, problems of broadcasters and the “Warsaw Declaration” adopted after the ICPS Conference.
On December 11, 2018 in Gdansk Regional Police Headquarters we have launched the nationwide programme of trainings addressed to the police and prosecutors called “piractwo.tv”.
The fifth edition of „MESA Europe Content Protection Summit” Conference was held in London on November 14, 2018. The Conference was on the IPR Protection and combating piracy. The Signal’s representative was present among the speakers of the Summit. Apart from Sygnal Association over 120 participants took part in the Summit including representatives of organisations, […]
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 […]
– The battle against piracy could resemble the Don Quixote’s fight against windmills. Once the media and creative sector had the new thought to protect their copyrights, they are followed by the criminals who do not want to give up – Łukasz Sternowski, Member of the Management Board Sygnał Association.
Łukasz Sternowski, Member of the Board of Sygnal Association in an interview with Mateusz Rzemek from “Rzeczpospolita”.