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K-Content Pirates Face New ‘Copyright Crime’ Investigation & Analysis Units * TorrentFreak


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The government of South Korea says it will ramp up efforts to prevent online piracy of valuable local ‘K-Content’ including movies, TV shows, and increasingly popular short-form comics, known locally as ‘webtoons’. With the launch of the “Copyright Crime Scientific Investigation Team” and the “Copyright Crime Analysis Center” it’s hoped that the increasingly internationalized and sophisticated nature of online infringement can be tackled more effectively.

SK-1SK-1The ‘Korean Wave’ cultural phenomenon, boosted by movies and TV shows such as Parasite and Squid Game, and once in a generation musical mega-groups like BTS, has captivated audiences thousands of miles beyond South Korea’s borders.

These cultural exports have overcome language barriers, generated huge sums of money, and further boosted South Korea’s image on the world stage. These are impressive accomplishments for the country’s entertainment sector but having hit the big time, the…

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