Case Studies & Reports

REPORT

The revenue sources for websites making available copyright content without consent in the EU

March 2015

This report analyses the revenue sources for the 250 most popular websites accessible to users in key territories in the European Union (Germany, Spain, France, Italy and the United Kingdom) as of September 2014 when the data was collected. These websites are identified by Incopro’s Infringement Index; sites that either infringe copyright or that facilitate infringement of copyright (whether knowingly or not), by making available films and television programmes to the public, without the licence or consent of the owners of the copyrights in those works (“top 250 unauthorised sites/sites”).

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REPORT

2014 Site blocking efficacy study – UK

This report evaluates the efficacy of site blocking in terms of:

  • The direct impact on relevant blocked sites in the UK;
  • The impact on similar sites that are not blocked;
  • The impact on the overall piracy landscape.
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REPORT

Eficácia do bloqueio de sítios em Portugal

INCOPRO compiled this report to assess the efficacy of site blocking in Portugal, after blocking orders were implemented in November and December 2015.

This report also provides an overview of the current landscape for unauthorised websites that are used to obtain unauthorised film and television content in Portugal.

The findings in this report show that overall the blocks have had a positive impact, reducing the usage in Portugal of the websites targeted by the blocking orders in Portugal by at least 60%.

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REPORT

Site blocking efficacy in Portugal

INCOPRO compiled this report to assess the efficacy of site blocking in Portugal, after blocking orders were implemented in November and December 2015.

This report also provides an overview of the current landscape for unauthorised websites that are used to obtain unauthorised film and television content in Portugal.

The findings in this report show that overall the blocks have had a positive impact, reducing the usage in Portugal of the websites targeted by the blocking orders in Portugal by at least 60%.

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