LaLiga and Dorna Sports have reached an agreement which will make the LaLiga technology content protection department provide its services to the protection of the audiovisual rights of the championships administered by Dorna Sports and thus strengthen their commitment to the fight to protect the distribution of legal content, in collaboration with television operators and digital platforms. So, LaLiga will use its own tools to monitor and eliminate illegal audiovisual content from MotoGP and Superbike World Cups hosted on social networks, digital platforms and mobile applications, in addition to those fake profiles that make fraudulent use of the Dorna Sports logo and name and all those related to the championships organized by Dorna. LaLiga’s human, technical and legal resources will be used to “monitor and de-index” those pages that use illegal Dorna Sports content of search engines since the tools created by the LaLiga Content Technology Protection team also allow the monitoring, search and collection of legal evidence to combat illegal transmissions through “IPTV” and “Cardsharing”. Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga acknowledges in the press release issued by Dorna that “with this alliance, LaLiga extends its commitment to combat audiovisual piracy and the union motivates us to continue working to protect the audiovisual value of competitions.”“The fight against piracy is a priority for LaLiga and we will continue to invest in technical tools and human resources to continue advancing in this field”, Thebes stressed. For his part, Manuel Arroyo, Managing Director of Dorna Sports added that “the signing of this agreement shows our complete commitment to the fight against piracy.” “The protection of audiovisual rights is and has always been of the utmost importance to us because, due to the exclusive and attractive nature of the content we produce, the consequences of piracy suffer much more,” said Arroyo.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Lecture Life and Wisdom: Notes on Epicurus, will be given by Professor Andrew Benjamin as part of season two of Greek History and Culture Seminars 2013. Predominate area of interest of Professor Andrew Benjamin, of Monash University, is philosophical aesthetics. The seminars are held by the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria. When: Thursday, 20 June, at 19:00 pm Where: Kelvin Club, Melbourne Place, opposite the Russell St Greater Union cinemas