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IPAF is now Creative Content Australia

New name, logo, and campaign; but same mission statement

One of Australia’s key anti-piracy groups IP Awareness Foundation (IPAF) has changed its name. The group announced “The IP Awareness Foundation, the film and television industries’ peak body for the promotion of copyright, creative rights, piracy research and education resources, has rebranded as ‘Creative Content Australia’.” Read more

Dutch Government won’t take responsibility for piracy losses

The Netherlands is just like other countries in the world where downloading music and movies is extremely popular. Downloading pirated music was huge in the country because under the local law, it has long been legal. It wasn’t until 2014 when the Dutch Government’s tolerance towards the online piracy changed when the European Court of Justice ruled it. Then it resulted to quick outlawing of the illegal downloads. Read more

2 Divisions of 20th Century Fox unite to co-produce Chinese language content

FILMART is back for its 20th edition and remains Asia’s largest entertainment market. Last year’s event attracted over 78 exhibitors from 34 countries and regions, and over 7,100 visitors from more than 50 countries and regions. Participants were either looking to sell/buy or recruit projects to film with. Read more