Centre for Content Promotion


CCP at the Digital Economy & Creative Content Forum in Jakarta

World IP Day 2018 event — 3 May 2018

At the recent Digital Economy & Creative Content Forum organized by the Centre for Content Promotion (CCP) in partnership with Association of Indonesian Film Producers (APROFI) and Badan Ekonomi Kreatif (BEKRAF) in Indonesia on May 3 in Jakarta, there was a particular emphasis on the future of creative digital media as well as the barriers on that road, as well as maximising the value of IP rights in the digital age.

Speakers called for more public awareness about copyright to fight piracy and called for copyright laws to be revised for content creators and audiences to realise the full potential of a digital economy

In his keynote presentation, Chaikal Nuryakin of the LPEM (Institute for Economic & Social Research – University of Indonesia) talked about the wide-ranging impact of piracy in Indonesia, based on a survey of four cities. Aside from more awareness, stricter piracy laws and revised copyright laws, Mr Chaikal recommended the expansion of access to legal platforms.

Noted economist, scholar and data scientist Dr Brett Danaher shared the results of his study conducted in the United Kingdom on ‘Copyright Enforcement: Measuring the Effect of Piracy Website Blocking’. The study showed that blocking several illegal streaming websites simultaneously was far more effective than blocking one large pirate website.
CCP’s Founding Director and Counsel Frank Rittman was also a featured speaker who presented on the efficacy of site blocking around the world. {module_literature,i,186849}.
Other speakers included Freddy Harris – Director General of DJKI (DGIPR), Ministry of Law & Human Rights; Ari Juliano – Deputy for IP Rights (BEKRAF); Semuel Pangerapan – DG of Aplication & Informatics (Kominfo); Fauzan Zidni, Chairman of APROFI; Alex Sihar, Indonesian Film Council (BPI) ; Jennifer Batty, Chief Content Officer HOOQ; Christopher Smith, SVP Content & Distribution, GoPlay (a GOJEK company); and Matthew Collier, Country Manager, iflix.The Forum also tackled the issues of the future on the content industry and what content creators and distributors as well as local audiences can look forward to as well as what online content services are seeking for their platforms.

The event was covered extensively by local media including the Jakarta Post.