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Brazilian specialists coordinate enormous scope activity against encroaching music administrations

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Brazilian specialists coordinate enormous scope activity against encroaching music administrations

22 June 2022 - Brazilian policing have composed a significant series of activities as a feature of the fourth flood of 'Activity 404', a drive to handle encroaching administrations on the web, upheld by IFPI and Pro-Música Brasil.

The activity, which was started last month, is one of the biggest of its sort and includes a scope of activities comparable to unlicensed music administrations, including north of 400 encroaching music applications which by and large have produced in excess of 10 million downloads.

These activities included participation between the Brazilian Ministry of Justice and Public Security, cyber crime police units from 11 states in Brazil, Homeland Security Investigations (US) and the Police IP Crime Unit, City of London Police (UK).

Remarking on the activity, Melissa Morgia, IFPI's Director of Global Content Protection and Enforcement said: "because of the planned work of the Brazilian specialists, along with organizations in the US and the UK, these activities have seen the biggest number of unlicensed music administrations upset as a component of the Operation 404 mission.

"We thank and praise every one of the specialists and organizations engaged with doing these activities for their continuous joint effort and backing in safeguarding music makers' substance."

Paulo Rosa, Director, Pro-Música Brasil, added:

"This activity especially affects the developing issue of unlicensed music applications - sending an unmistakable message to all administrators of such administrations that they should stop their exercises.

"These administrations are benefiting from music while placing in peril the development of Brazil's energetic and various music biological system. We keep on supporting activity against this, any place vital."

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About IFPI

IFPI is the voice of the recording business around the world, addressing more than 8,000 record organization individuals across the globe. We work to advance the worth of recorded music, crusade for the freedoms of record makers and grow the business uses of recorded music all over the planet.

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