The EU-based Audiovisual Anti Piracy Alliance (AAPA) has been offering sponsored e-training modules on audiovisual internet piracy available to law enforcement worldwide, helping law enforcement professionals identify and investigate what AAPA says are the two prevalent forms of audiovisual piracy – card sharing and illegal streaming.
Law enforcement officers from a wide range of countries have taken the courses, according to AAPA. Recognising the value of the courses, AAPA has added training modules in Portuguese to those available in English, Spanish, French, Arabic and Mandarin.
Read the AAPA press release, AAPA reinforces its commitment to audiovisual piracy training: e-training modules launched in Portuguese
Why it matters
“The availability of the AAPA e-training modules in Portuguese reflects the fact that Portuguese is spoken by over 275 million people and is the official language in 9 territories throughout the world. These modules are available free of charge to law enforcement agents registered with IIPCIC,” said Sheila Cassells, Executive Vice President of AAPA.
“(AAPA) will work with global allies to encourage law enforcement to take these courses. The modules demonstrate also AAPA’s commitment to training as a key element of effective enforcement and we will continue to support INTERPOL, Europol, Eurojust and the EUIPO in this area.”