RemoveYourContent Raises The Bar

I don’t usually run press releases because in all honesty most of them are worthless. This one isn’t.

Shining a light on repeat piracy offenders, Remove Your Content kicks off 2011 with a more aggressive strategy.

Irving, TX, Jan 04 2011: Remove Your Content will begin filing mass DMCA 512 (h) subpoenas on behalf of its clients.

The purpose, of the new course of action, will be two-fold. One, to discover repeat infringers who continually re-upload stolen client content to tubes, blogs and file-sharing sites with impunity. Two, to notify pirates they have been identified and to share this information with rights holders. “Gross negligence will not be rewarded.

All the current technology available will not address the ultimate issue at hand…the person uploading the content” states Eric Green, President of Removeyourcontent LLC. He adds, “Some organizations feel amnesty is the solution to content theft. Our counterparts, in mainstream, do not share that same philosophy and we aim to put these repeat infringers on notice.” Removeyourcontent plans on filing its first round of Federal subpoenas this Friday, January 7th, 2011 in U.S. District Court, 5th Circuit Dallas.

Removeyourcontent has been serving the adult industry since 2007 with targeted piracy removal. To date, Removeyourcontent has removed over 30 million links of piracy online and ranked 6th in the world for piracy removals from Google in 2010.

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