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Brussels asked to speed up to counter audiovisual piracy

2022-10-05T18:08:45.397Z

In France, a new law has reduced live piracy by half. The fight against the piracy of audiovisual content is once again coming to the European Parliament. On Wednesday, nearly a hundred parliamentarians questioned Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the Commission, on this thorny issue. In a letter, they urge the leader to “protect investments in the cultural, creative and sports sectors, by fighting those who dry up creative economies and reinves



The fight against the piracy of audiovisual content is once again coming to the European Parliament.

On Wednesday, nearly a hundred parliamentarians questioned Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the Commission, on this thorny issue.

In a letter, they urge the leader to

“protect investments in the cultural, creative and sports sectors, by fighting those who dry up creative economies and reinvest these revenues in other criminal circuits,”

Les Échos

reported

.

The parliamentarians insist that Brussels take the bull by the horns and act quickly.

The subject is not new.

This summer again, more than fifteen personalities from the media industry, including Maxime Saada, the chairman of the executive board of Canal+, Gilles Pélisson, the CEO of TF1, or even the European bosses of Disney and Warner-Discovery, were stepped up to demand

“urgently”

a legislative instrument to fight against content piracy…

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Source: lefigaro

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