BPI reorganises CPU team to boost anti-piracy work

Murray Stassen

The BPI has decided to restructure its Copyright Protection Unit (CPU) department to allow it to focus on removing illegal content online, blocking illegal websites, disrupting the enablers of pirate music (such as advertising, payment services, domain hosting etc) and working with the police and Trading Standards to investigate and prosecute commercial music piracy, both digital and physical.

As a part of this restructure, reflecting the greater emphasis on digital content protection, the roles of director of CPU and head ...

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