Asia Digital Content Protection Summit 2012


Shenzhen, China | June 26 – 28, 2012

Digital Content Protection, LLC. has teamed up with the Centre for Content Promotion to host the Asia Digital Content Protection Summit 2012 & DCP Plugfest on June 26-‐28, 2012 in Shenzhen, China. The upcoming ASIA DIGITAL CONTENT PROTECTION SUMMIT 2012 will examine the emerging trends in content consumption and discuss the future viability of online entertainment, covering the hot topics around the world such as:

  • The future of digital content delivery
  • Licenses, technologies and compliance
  • Copyright and legal developments around the world
  • The rise of high speed networks and challenges for content distribution
  • New platforms and devices


Content owners, producers, manufacturers, legal practitioners, content security companies, Internet businesses, operators, telcos, academics, government, online sites, user-‐generated website operators, product developers, test engineers and others.


  • To provide a platform for industry experts to interact
  • To encourage new business models, partnerships, solutions and platforms for Chinese businesses
  • To build relationships between China and foreign industries in this field
  • To address issues related to security, convergence and the proliferation of new media
  • To discuss content protection platforms and technologies in China and internationally
  • To discuss industry cooperation and developments in relation to China and content delivery
  • To facilitate interoperability testing of products implementing HDCP


Westin Shenzhen Nanshan

9028-‐2 Shennan Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong 518053, China
Ph: +86 755 2698 8888


Event Registration Fee:USD$100/person
Room Rate: RMB1350/room/night, subject to 15% service charge.
Registration Opens May 1st 2012



Phone +1 503 619 0505


Contact Isa Seow at or +65 8201 4421

For more details, please see our event flyer.



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CCP report for sale: Dodgy Gadgets!

CCP roving reporter has been going to Sim Lim and other places to check
out these extraordinary movie boxes that do not require subscription! 
has completed a report regarding streaming media devices found in Asia
that seek out online movies and TV content (much of it is unlicensed and
Hollywood related).
report including in-depth information about the functions of these
gadgets/boxes costs SGD 300 for current PAC members, SGD 450 for regular
members and SGD 500 for non-members.

Report includes:
  • In-depth functions of boxes
  • Types of content
  • Costs
  • Identity of manufacturers
  • Other relevant facts


Contact Isa at or +65 82014421.

A one-off payment for a media player that streams the latest Hollywood blockbusters into your home for free seems too good to be true but this
and much more are available and on sale at retail complexes in Asia.
Consumers seem to be taking the bait, forking out between USD $79 to $182 for these devices which connect to their television sets and stream movies such as ‘Act of Valor’, ‘Dr Seuss’ The Lorax’ and ‘Hugo’, and television programmes such as ‘True Jackson, VP,’ a popular Nickelodeon series
aimed at tweens.
These media players take their cue from echnological giants, integrating the best of Smart TV, on-demand television and cable television. They are
for instance, hooked up to users’ existing Internet subscription cables and television sets in a way very much similar to cable set top boxes, minus the third party service provider of course. They stream the latest movies and TV programming to consumer homes.
The interfaces are now user-friendly, boasting menus similar to that of an iPhone and hybrid television sets. The players come with a preset number of applications that allow the user to watch live television channels –
such as CCTV, BBC and Skysports –, play games and sing karaoke. Some even allow users to access sites like YouTube and login to their social media accounts like Facebook and Twitter.
The main function of such media players, which is to stream movies, has also been designed for ease of use on the part of the consumer, allowing the user to search for movies in both Mandarin and English. Models such as the Amoi VT6 for instance, support Traditional Chinese, English, French, German and Spanish. This was not the case two years ago, where a majority of streaming media players only operated in the Chinese language. With a remote control, users can input a movie title; select the top hit and then watch it for free on their television sets. Players are configurated to trawl servers worldwide for high quality versions of a certain programme. Most of these servers are based in China and include sites like and These
players link the user up to Asian drama serials, the English Premier
League, Bollywood and a multitude of other programmes the world over.
Movie and television show artwork are also fed into the system to
accompany the good quality streams.


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