Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Artificial Intelligence is already being considered as the new weapon to end IPTV networks

Harassment of iptv Piracy is something that is already being persecuted in many countries, Spain as a clear example. rights-owning companies are being forced to take increasingly drastic measures to stop this activity.

If we recall, Brazil had announced a few months ago that it would soon say goodbye to pirated IPTV devices after the country experienced a huge growth. And that is that here they also become serious and demand a ban on their buying and selling.

Well, with that in mind, it looks like governments and rights holders are going a step further and looking to implement a tool. quick block (with him artificial intelligence as a great hero) and almost automatically, live broadcastEspecially football matches.

Things are getting very serious at the European level (although we also look at how this is to be dealt with around the world) and after 15 years of fine-tuning across the EU, blockades become a priority.

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It is true that we are focusing on piracy and illegal retransmissions, but this causes huge losses to many companies and after all, we are talking of something punishable. Well, it seems that Italy has taken the bull by the horns and presents the possibility of using artificial intelligence to tackle all this problem, as the United Kingdom has done.

number of Europeans using Services illegal iptv has increased by 25% in three years (from 13.7 million to 17.1 million), but popularity varies greatly from country to country. Unauthorized IPTV services are most sought after by young people. Further, despite the prevailing inflationary trend, Pirated IPTV subscriptions have become cheaper.

Thanks to the constant monitoring and identification of infringing IPTV streams, AGCOM, which is in charge of controlling these aspects in Italy, and its partners piracy, They will know which matches are most likely to be broadcast live even before they start Several days earlier and possibly sooner.

From there, it’s just a matter of ISPs (Internet Service Providers) blocking IP addresses, while anti-piracy partners keep an eye on preventing countermeasures.

With this proposal regarding pirated IPTV networks, AGCOM will give 45 days to those interested who want to submit their views and surely the response will be massive. “All interested parties may submit their comments on the measure during 45 days from the publication of the draft proposal on the website of the Authority”Explain

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