antipiracy


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antipiracy

(ˌæntɪˈpaɪrəsɪ)
adj
acting against the piracy of copyrighted material
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The firm hailed Andy Clarkson, formerly the global head of antipiracy and licence compliance for Dassault Systemes, as "one of the world's leading anti-piracy and licence compliance thought leaders".
Through Publicis JimenezBasic, the creative agency behind the campaign, Globe successfully curated appropriate content and utilized innovative ways to demonstrate its antipiracy stance with the help of social-media platforms.
Exercise AMAN-19 will include an International Maritime Conference, Maritime Terrorism demo, Table Top discussions on professional matters and various cross cultural activities in harbour while the sea activities will include advance naval drills and manoeuvres including Antipiracy Tactics, Counter Terrorism Ops, Maritime Security Ops, surface firing practices, Search and Rescue manoeuvres and an International Fleet Review.
Exercise AMAN-19 will include an International Maritime Conference, Maritime Terrorism demo, Table Top discussions on professional matters and various cross cultural activities in harbour while the sea activities will include advance naval drills and maneuvers including Antipiracy Tactics, Counter Terrorism Ops, Maritime Security Ops, surface firing practices, Search and Rescue maneuvers and an International Fleet Review.
Antiterror and antipiracy exercises involving the Philippine and Royal Australian navies have started here.
Billy and five British antipiracy guards are awaiting the outcome of an appeal.
Paul Towers was one of six British ex-servicemen arrested on board the antipiracy ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, where he was head of security.
military base that supports counterterrorism operations in the Horn of Africa and antipiracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden," report Jeremy Page and Gordon Lubold for the Wall Street Journal.
The development of new information and communication technologies has created new opportunities for pirates to disseminate infringing content, posing new challenges for existing antipiracy measures.
On 3 September 2014, almost six years since Chinese warships first entered the Gulf of Aden to fulfill antipiracy duties, China Central Television (CCTV)-8 aired the first episode of "In the Gulf of Aden" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
BeIN sports has moved to secure platform in June and Broadcast Satellite Antipiracy Coalition now has 18 members from the region," said Christophe Firth, senior manager at the management consulting firm A.T.