The Ching Shih: Asia Anti-Piracy Blog is dedicated to exploring the intricate world of content anti-piracy in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. It's intended for anyone interested in the challenges and solutions related to protecting intellectual property rights in the ever-changing digital landscape, including professionals and enthusiasts.
Named after the infamous Chinese pirate, Ching Shih who at her height commanded 70,000 men, our team's focus will extend across a wide range of topics, including the latest anti-piracy news, technologies, legal frameworks in different APAC countries, and case studies of successful anti-piracy operations. We will provide a comprehensive overview of content protection and strategies to combat piracy.
The blogging team, which consists of Oliver Walsh, Nick Redfearn and James Godefroy are all experts in the anti-piracy field with a deep understanding of Asia and its challenges and opportunities for creators. They are committed to delivering insightful and informative content, adding new posts weekly. As well, there will be upcoming articles, where they will dive into the complexities of anti-piracy efforts and explore the future of content protection in the APAC region.
You can access the blog here.