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The Clear Sky Initiative launched advertising campaign on TV and Internet

Kyiv, 20 January 2015, – Today an advertising campaign ‘Ignore pirates! Don’t break intellectual property law’ from the Ukrainian anti-pirate initiative Clear Sky’ started. It’s aimed to set ‘anti-piracy’ agenda and to dismiss financing for websites that infringe intellectual property rights by advertisers.

All-Ukrainian Advertising Coalition and Television Industry Committee organized advertisers, agencies, online publishers and researchers meeting ‘Advertising on pirate sites: problem and solution’

On the 20th of May 2014 All-Ukrainian Advertising Coalition and Television Industry Committee (TIC) organized a meeting on advertising on sites that illegally host copyrighted materials. It was the first for Ukraine meeting of advertisers, agencies, online publishers and researchers on the subject. Ukrainan Anti-Piracy Organization for the Film and Video Industry (APO) representing in … Continue reading »

Illegal versus legal in uanet. Legal content share on the rise

The Clear Sky content partnership got together on November 25 to summarize the results of its operations at the end of stage 1, and discuss the issue of copyright protection in respect of video products in uanet  with other market players, such as : web sites, internet platforms ,telecom providers, etc.  The meeting was organized … Continue reading »

(Українська) Круглий стіл “Відео-контент в інтернеті: великі зміни”

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20 Ukrainian internet platforms join Clear Sky

As of 1 October 2013 20 Ukrainian websites have become the partners of the Clear Sky initiative: telekritika.ua, megogo.net, gismeteo.ua, meta.ua, bigmir.net, online.ua, tochka.net, segodnya.ua, korrespondent.net, liga.net, obozrevatel.net, kp.ua, pravda.com.ua, vesti.ua, delo.ua, vgorode.ua, aif.ua, fakty.ua, oll.tv, champion.com.ua, tv.ua, football24.ua, footboom.com, hotsport.ua, terrikon.com, ua-football.com, football.ua, Sport.ua, footballua.tv, champion.com.ua. Total coverage of these internet resources is over … Continue reading »

How to Fight Off Piracy Online? Seeking For Solution in Crimea.

Over six months  Ukraine is ranking first among the countries blacklisted for piracy in the Internet. It is quite possible that by late November we might find ourselves deprived of trade concessions by, say, the United States. The losses incurred are worth US$ millions. Is there a way to keep the country out of sanctions … Continue reading »

Piracy in Internet: Who Will Be Held Liable for Stolen Content?

The world is ever changing but free cheese is still only found in the mousetrap. The catchy phrase might apply to pirated content which has already become a true battle-ground. It is not long before now that Russia adopted the legal  act  with the aim to put an end to crime in the Internet.  The … Continue reading »

(Українська) Коментар Федора Огаркова для “Першого бізнес каналу”

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How Do TV Channels Fight Against Pirates?

Ukrainian media managers unite in their battle against piracy. Non-licensed content of any channel might be easily found in the Internet and this means millions in losses incurred by relevant companies. TV channels  put their products on their own legal sites but is not that easy to compete with pirates. Is that possible to fight … Continue reading »

Major media groups of Ukraine call Internet resources to enter the legal environment and legalize the video content

27 June 2013, Kyiv Major Ukrainian media groups 1+1 Media, Media Group Ukraine, Inter Media Group and StarLightMedia signed an Open Letter stating their intention to protect their rights of intellectual property to their content in the web. The goal of this initiative is to put an end to unauthorized video transmissions in the Ukrainian … Continue reading »