Online video's ongoing fight against digital piracy: A look at solutions

illegal downloadingFears of digital piracy ebbed a bit over the last few years, with platforms like Netflix and YouTube providing consumers with gobs of readily available, inexpensive video content. But it turns out that illegal downloading just isn't going away. In her latest feature, FierceOnlineVideo's Samantha Bookman explores this deep-rooted threat to the online video business. You can read it right here. 

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