The kingdom has failed to reel in piracy TV network, US report says
The US has put Saudi Arabia on a “Priority Watch List” for the second year in a row for failing to protect and enforce intellectual property (IP) rights around the world.
The US Trade Representative (USTR), in a report on Thursday, named the kingdom as one of 10 countries that are failing to prevent the theft of IP.
The main offender in Saudi Arabia seems to be “beoutQ”, a rogue television network that broadcasts pirated content.
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