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Couple charged over Android boxes

PETALING JAYA: A married couple and their company were charged in the Sessions Court here with selling Android boxes which did not meet the Malaysian Commu­nications and Multimedia (MCMC) standards.Chen Kai Yi, 39, and Yeak Wak Ying, 33, both directors of LC Marketing Networking Media Sdn Bhd, pleaded not guilty to the charge which was read out separately before judge Hilmiah Yusof.

Three men selling illegal Premier League streams jailed for fraud

(Reuters) - Three operators of a pirate streaming organisation which provided illegal access to Premier League soccer games to more than 1,000 pubs, clubs and homes in England and Wales over the last decade have been jailed for a total of 17 years.

Efficient site blocking practices could help Malaysia better combat digital piracy

Battling digital piracy requires decisive and swift action by the authorities.

‘Speed up process to beat online streaming piracy’

PUTRAJAYA: It takes far too long for authorities to act against streaming sites which provide illegal online content, says dimsum’s chief marketing officer Lam Swee Kim.

Crackdown on unauthorised sites

EXCLUSIVE:PETALING JAYA: The days of accessing illegal streaming content through Android boxes are numbered as Malaysian Communica­tions and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry are cracking down on these unauthorised sites.

Loud calls for Android box ban

Malaysian filmmakers: Government needs to take action to curb piracy.

CIMB Research retains Add for Astro, TP RM1.75

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research is maintaining its Add call for Astro Malaysian with an unchanged target price (TP) of RM1.75.

S’pore tightens copyright laws

SINGAPORE: New laws will be tabled in Parliament some time this year to ban the sale of media streaming boxes with “add-on” services that help consumers access pirated content.

Singapore’s decision to block illegal apps in TV boxes hailed

PUTRAJAYA: Singapore’s decision to block access to illegal applications in TV boxes has been applauded by video industry players.

Singapore court's decision to block access to illegal applications on TV boxes hailed

PUTRAJAYA: Singapore's decision to block access to illegal applications on TV boxes has been applauded by video industry players.