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Content Protection and Watermarking: Video, VR, and OTT

4Q 2017 | Application Analysis Report | PT-1982 | 55 pages | PDF | Powerpoint |

 

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著作権侵害は、限定受信システムの弱点を利用しているキー共有スキームから、世界のほとんどの地域で普及しているブロードバンド接続を活用したコンテンツ再配布に移行した。新しいまたは一般的な著作権侵害には、海賊ISPが運営するクローズドIPTVシステム、小売店で販売されているクローズドシステムOTT、購読や広告/マルウェアによるWebベースの再配布、ファイル共有ロッカー、共通ソーシャルプラットフォームへの配布などがある。これに対抗するには、著作権侵害監視サービス、告訴支援、パスワード防止共有、ISPとの調整、小売業者のターゲティング、海賊行為の標的化、通貨供給の中断など、コンテンツ予防の新たな組み合わせが必要となる。

Piracy has shifted from key-sharing schemes, which exploit weaknesses in conditional access systems, to content redistribution, which leverages pervasive broadband connectivity in most regions of the world.  New and common forms of piracy included closed IPTV systems operated by pirate ISPs, closed system OTT relying on boxes sold in retail, web-based redistribution using subscriptions or advertising/malware, and file sharing lockers as well as distribution on common social platforms.  Responding to this requires a new mix of content prevention, including piracy monitoring services, prosecution support, password prevention sharing, coordination with ISPs, targeting retailers or piracy and disrupting the money supplies.

 

 

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目次

  • Common Forms of Piracy Today
  • Estimates of Piracy Value
  • Recent Piracy Example
  • Modern Tools against Piracy
  • End-to-End Piracy Components
  • Attitudes toward Piracy
  • The Piracy Problem: Understanding Recent Piracy Headlines
  • Successful Responses to Piracy
  • Organizing against Piracy
  • Piracy Education
  • Mixed Messages about Piracy
  • Content Protection Business Model Opportunities
  • Fingerprinting and Watermarking
  • Piracy Prevention Workflow Phases
  • Definitions
  • Related Research

Companies Mentioned

  • Source Technologies
  • United Technologies Corporation
  • CDN
  • HBO
  • International Technologies
  • Amazon
  • Ability Inc.
  • Roku
  • Google
  • Premier, Inc.
  • Stream Technologies

 

 

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[サマリー訳]

著作権侵害は、限定受信システムの弱点を利用しているキー共有スキームから、世界のほとんどの地域で普及しているブロードバンド接続を活用したコンテンツ再配布に移行した。新しいまたは一般的な著作権侵害には、海賊ISPが運営するクローズドIPTVシステム、小売店で販売されているクローズドシステムOTT、購読や広告/マルウェアによるWebベースの再配布、ファイル共有ロッカー、共通ソーシャルプラットフォームへの配布などがある。これに対抗するには、著作権侵害監視サービス、告訴支援、パスワード防止共有、ISPとの調整、小売業者のターゲティング、海賊行為の標的化、通貨供給の中断など、コンテンツ予防の新たな組み合わせが必要となる。

[サマリー原文]

Piracy has shifted from key-sharing schemes, which exploit weaknesses in conditional access systems, to content redistribution, which leverages pervasive broadband connectivity in most regions of the world.  New and common forms of piracy included closed IPTV systems operated by pirate ISPs, closed system OTT relying on boxes sold in retail, web-based redistribution using subscriptions or advertising/malware, and file sharing lockers as well as distribution on common social platforms.  Responding to this requires a new mix of content prevention, including piracy monitoring services, prosecution support, password prevention sharing, coordination with ISPs, targeting retailers or piracy and disrupting the money supplies.

 


 

[プレスリリース原文]

ABI Research Finds that Session-Based Watermarking Can Stop Piracy at its Source

Oyster Bay, New York - 09 Nov 2017

Video piracy – the copying and selling copyrighted content - has been around since the advent of the VHS tape and home video recording in 1979. Today, video piracy has shifted from pirated set-top boxes to content redistribution over broadband networks.  The most common forms of piracy today include illegal fully-loaded Kodi boxes, social network live streams, torrents of exclusive series or movies, web-based redistribution via file lockers, and password sharing. Service providers lose US$6 to US$8 billion annually in revenue to piracy.

“Content providers must shift their response to piracy from being device-oriented, such as traditional conditional access systems (CAS) and digital rights management (DRM) to comprehensive service-oriented approaches and modern tools against piracy,” says Sam Rosen, Vice President at ABI Research.  The most important tools available today include session-based watermarking coupled with real-time piracy monitoring focused on locating and identifying pirated content consumption and disruption of pirated content via terminating the source or disrupting the web services.  Other tools include managing password sharing and working with other content providers in a market to effectively drive law enforcement to respond to the threat of piracy.   ABI Research, a leader in emerging technology intelligence, estimates that nearly $400 million, or about 33% of revenues in the DRM market will shift to service- or as-a-service (aaS) oriented revenues, by 2022, according to ABI Research.

News and technology sites often take an ambiguous stance on piracy.  For example, the New York Times reassured the public that “the government is unlikely to prosecute you” for sharing their passwords while TechRadar rated Kodi boxes similarly to how they would rate OTT boxes such as Roku and Apple TV.  Piracy is a prevalent topic in the headlines, notably with HBO’s Game of Thrones released on pirate sites before the broadcast and on-demand release.  According to Rosen, “HBO suffered piracy via multiple avenues, including cybersecurity problems and supply chain leaks.  One reassuring sign is that in the HBO supply chain case, as well as recent British Premier League cases, content owners quickly brought charges and the courts responded, showing better cooperation and urgency than has historically been the case.” 

While protection of all Pay TV and OTT content is important, the video ecosystem today is showing significant investment in new types of content in which the dangers of piracy are greater than in the past.  Investments in Exclusive content, Live Sports, early release VOD and UltraHD Content create incentives where only specific platform providers in a market have access to the content.  This may drive consumers to pirate if the content is not on their preferred platform, or is perceived as too expensive.  About 32% of Pay TV and OTT revenues will be associated with one of these types of high-value content by 2022.

These findings are from ABI Research’s Content Protection and Watermarking report.This report is part of the company’s  Video, VR & OTT research service, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.

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