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Hollywood Enlists Asian Media in US-Led $71 Billion Piracy Fight

  • Viu, True Visions join studio-backed anti-piracy alliance
  • Online piracy has proliferated during the Covid-19 pandemic

Hollywood studios battling online piracy have enlisted the first Asian members of an industry coalition set up to seek out and shut down illegal streaming sites.

The Hong Kong-based streaming service Viu and True Visions, a leading Thai pay-TV provider, will be the first Asian companies to join the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment, whose members include Netflix Inc., Walt Disney Co. and other major media companies.