A new global coalition called the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) has recently been formed by 30 global media companies including Netflix, Amazon, BBC, HBO, MGM, Paramount, Walt Disney and Warner Bros among others.
The coalition hopes to tackle piracy by using member resources and collaborating with a number of complementary law enforcement organisations to curtail illegal pirate enterprises. An ACE statement read, “As more creative content moves online, piracy poses a continuing threat to creators, consumers and the economy. We are dedicated to protecting the dynamic legal market for creative content and reducing online piracy.”
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Richard Jones, Business Relationship Manager for ip21 Ltd.