At the State of Piracy Summit, Globe educates consumers on being responsible custodians of content.

THE State of Piracy Summit, held earlier in November by Asia Video Industry Association’s Coalition Against Piracy (CAP), shed light on some of the issue’s most important areas. In his introduction to the State of Piracy Summit, Neil Gane, general manager of CAP, commented, “To address the challenges of syndicated piracy, collaboration remains key, and working with local coalitions and partners, such as Globe Telecom, is as important as working collaboratively as part of an international network.”

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