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According to the State Courts’ hearing list published on its website, a hearing is scheduled on Friday (Jan 12) where set-top box distributor Synnex Trading and its client, An-Nahl, a wholesale goods retailer located in Tanjong Katong Complex, could become the first Android box sellers to be hauled to court under the Copyright Act.Synnex Trading’s director Jia Xiaofen and An-Nahl’s director Abdul Nagib Abdul Aziz were named as defendants as well.TODAY understands he is acting on behalf of four parties, including Star Hub.The criminal case proceeded to court after all parties involved in the case could not reach a settlement following the filing of a Magistrate’s Complaint.Copyright 2017 Media Corp Pte Ltd | All Rights Reserved Four of the biggest manufacturers of electrical components here have been fined a record S.5m in total by the Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS), after they were found to have colluded with a fifth company — Panasonic Industrial Devices (Singapore and Malaysia) — to fix prices and collectively reject requests from customers for price reductions.
It applied for immunity under CCS’ leniency programme which give cartel members reductions in fines if they alert the CCS.
Apart from content producers, rights owners of different industries — such as fashion houses or drinks manufacturers for example — have been known to cooperate with one another to bring prosecution against alleged offenders, said Mr Gilbert Leong, a lawyer from Dentons Rodyk.
“It shows that as an industry, they are concerned,” he added.
However, in the past three to five years, new technologies have allowed pirates to circumvent the law, and the set-top boxes nowadays that use apps to stream content do not have decoders and are considered legal.
The court schedule lists Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) general manager Neil Kevin Gane as the complainant.