Anti-Piracy Coalition ACE Gets Bigger, Stronger and More Effective
The world’s leading anti-piracy coalition ACE continues to expand with beIN as its newest member. Speaking with TorrentFreak, global anti-piracy chief Jan van Voorn shares a peek behind the scenes and a glimpse into ACE’s future plans. “If someone is running a pirate business of any significance, they can be 100% sure that their case is somewhere in our pipeline,” van Voorn says.
During the summer of 2017, several of the world’s largest entertainment industry companies teamed up to create a new anti-piracy coalition.
The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) brought together well-known Hollywood companies including Disney, Warner Bros, NBCUniversal, media giants such as Sky and BBC, as well as streaming-based newcomers Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu.
Heading towards its fifth anniversary, the coalition is stronger than ever. ACE continues to expand and now has 35 members, with beIN becoming the latest addition just this week. The addition of the sports rightsholder also represents an expansion into the live streaming arena.
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