Piracy continues to impact a wide range of industries producing digital services, from music to gaming, software, and of course TV and film. As the methods for the delivery of content change so too do the methods for pirating it. The evolution of more sophisticated methods of piracy, in addition to the growing quality of pirated digital content, makes piracy an increasingly notable problem. The greater availability of high bandwidth is also playing its part in piracy, which alongside the increasing quality of content, makes piracy much easier to conduct. While in the past in order to illegally distribute content a level of technical expertise and access to specialist equipment was necessary, now piracy can be as simple as uploading the output of a given TV service to the Internet and can be done by most consumers from within the home.