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Takedown Piracy Ranked on Google’s Top 5 List of Copyright Infringement Reporters

Ranked Above Music Studios, Software Developers, &

Expensive Anti-Piracy Companies, Takedown Piracy

Demonstrates Its Superior Services!

May 25, 2012 — CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Takedown Piracy is listed amongst Google’s top 5 reporters of copyright infringements.  The internet giant’s most current transparency report citing copyright statistics records the leading organizations requesting Google remove search results linking to allegedly infringing content (per Google.com).  Ranked above music studios, software developers, and anti-piracy companies costing more than 10 times as much, Google’s list demonstrates Takedown Piracy’s superior services.

 

To view Google’s list of top copyright infringement reporters, visit http://www.google.com/transparencyreport/removals/copyright/.

 

To view Google’s profile on Takedown Piracy’s effectiveness, visit http://www.google.com/transparencyreport/removals/copyright/reporters/1620/.

 

Takedown Piracy owner Nate Glass states, “Much of our effectiveness may be attributed to persistence.  It’s that persistence which has us in the same company as NBC / Universal and BPI for sheer volume of infringement reports to Google.  Actions speak louder than words, and I’m proud our clients can look on Google and see what we’ve done for them.”

 

Takedown Piracy’s new SEO program, Search Clean™, is responsible for eliminating infringements from even the largest search engines, like Google.  Combined with its custom tool, the Aikido Program™, Takedown Piracy is removing hundreds of thousands of copyright infringements at an incredible speed.

 

Takedown Piracy recently celebrated its 3-year anniversary combatting piracy.  Created by Nate Glass in 2009, Takedown Piracy is known for its highly effective and affordable services, while always operating with the utmost integrity.  Whether harnessing the power of its one-of-a-kind customs tools or following up on an individual file reported through its free piracy tip page, Takedown Piracy has been responsible for the removal of over 6.5 million copyright infringements.

 

For more information about Takedown Piracy, visit http://takedownpiracy.com/why-use-takedown-piracy/.

 

Takedown Piracy continues to be in the media spotlight for its renowned effectiveness fighting piracy.  Featured on CNBC.comTechDirt.com, The Daily.com, the 1709 Blog, and more, word is spreading about the small but mighty company, and its David versus Goliath story.

 

Wanting to better involve the fans of Takedown Piracy’s numerous artist clients, the company created a tips page.  Millions of additional eyes provide Takedown Piracy with an army seeking out illegal downloads on torrent, tube and cyberlocker sites.  Users are asked to report the copyright owner and a link to the infringement.  To report a copyright violation using Takedown Piracy’s tip page, visit http://takedownpiracy.com/tips/.

 

Takedown Piracy actively tracks at least nine different ways content may be pirated, providing widespread coverage.  Takedown Piracy’s army of servers offer protection in the following areas: Cyberlocker sites like Rapidshare, Torrent sites, Tube sites, Auctioned or unauthorized DVD resellers, Search Engines, Image Hosts, Blogs, Forums, Social Media.

 

To view a statistical breakdown of infringements removed by Takedown Piracy, visit http://takedownpiracy.com/stats/.

 

About Takedown Piracy:

Takedown Piracy (TDP) is an anti-piracy service started in April of 2009.  The service was founded by 14-year entertainment industry veteran Nate Glass.  TDP offers copyright holders an affordable and highly effective means to fight back against content thieves.  For less than the cost of a part-time, minimum wage worker, copyright holders can benefit from Glass’ expertise and passion for protecting copyrighted content from thieves.  To date, TDP has removed over 6.5 million content infringements.  Leading piracy websites are closely monitored to always provide clients with immediate service and protection.  Every month detailed reports are provided to clients with each action taken on their behalf.  A price can’t be placed on trust, but with Takedown Piracy, clients can be sure the company has their best interest in mind 100% of the time.  For more information, visit www.TakedownPiracy.com or www.Twitter.com/TakedownPiracy.

 

About Google:

Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.  Google has packed a lot into a relatively young life.  Creators Larry Page and Sergey Brin named the search engine they built “Google,” a play on the word “googol,” the mathematical term for a 1 followed by 100 zeros.   Google Inc. was born in 1998, when Sun co-founder Andy Bechtolsheim wrote a check for $100,000 to that entity—which until then didn’t exist.  Since Google’s inception, it has grown to serve hundreds of thousands of users and customers around the world.  After going public in 2004, Google began to expand through its acquisition of companies like Keyhole and YouTube.  As of 2009, Alexa listed Google.com as the internet’s most visited site.  For more information, visit www.Google.com.

 

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Takedown Piracy Removes 5 Millionth Copyright Infringement

One Year After Launching a Full-Time Operation, TDP Is the

Most Trusted Source for Digital Content Protection!

November 21, 2011 — CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Takedown Piracy has removed its milestone 5 millionth copyright infringement of digital content.  The 5 million infringements include an assortment of movies, photos, artwork, and text from clients ranging from mainstream movie producers and athletes to video games and entertainment producers.  Takedown Piracy is pleased to offer protection from piracy to producers of digital content, around the world.

 

To view a statistical breakdown of infringements removed by Takedown Piracy, visit http://takedownpiracy.com/stats/.

 

To report a copyright violation using Takedown Piracy’s tip page, visit http://takedownpiracy.com/tips/.

 

Removal number 5 million comes only one year after Takedown Piracy owner Nate Glass turned the company into a full-time venture.  “We take a lot of pride in each copyright infringement we remove, but I’d be lying if I didn’t admit the 5 millionth doesn’t feel a bit more special,” says Glass.  “With the Aikido Program combined with our emphasis on search engine removals, our removal rate is increasing exponentially, as is our message – content will be protected and we will not be stopped in our mission.”

 

Among the many attributes separating Takedown Piracy from its competitors is its new custom tool, the Aikido Program.  The progressive tool is removing hundreds of thousands of copyright infringements each month.  The Aikido Program is exclusive to TDP and uses a PHP script to exploit a large piracy aggregation site.  It takes a site meant to assist illegal downloads and transforms it into a valuable asset in anti-piracy.  True to its martial art namesake, the Aikido Program uses the strength of its opponent to its own advantage.

 

Wanting to better involve the fans of Takedown Piracy’s numerous artist clients, the company created a tips page.  Millions of additional eyes provide Takedown Piracy with an army seeking out illegal downloads on torrent, tube and cyberlocker sites.  Users are asked to report the copyright owner and a link to the infringement.

About Takedown Piracy:

Takedown Piracy (TDP) is an anti-piracy service started in April of 2009.  The service was founded by Nate Glass.  TDP offers copyright holders an affordable and highly effective means to fight back against content thieves.  For less than the cost of a part-time, minimum wage worker, copyright holders can benefit from Glass’ expertise and passion for protecting copyrighted content from thieves.  To date, TDP has removed over 5 million content infringements.  Leading piracy websites are closely monitored to always provide clients with immediate service and protection.  Every month detailed reports are provided to clients with each action taken on their behalf.  A price can’t be placed on trust, but with Takedown Piracy, clients can be sure the company has their best interest in mind 100% of the time.  For more information, visit www.TakedownPiracy.com or www.Twitter.com/TakedownPiracy.

 

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Takedown Piracy now scanning 255 sites twice daily…with one mouseclick.

We recently added the ability to scan 255 of the top cyberlocker piracy sites at one click of the mouse. We do this twice daily (anything more is really just overkill). It’s the main reason why we now average sending out over 350 DMCA notices resulting in the removal of over 7,000 infringements daily. So combine this with our recent Aikido Program (see link here) and our renowned ability to deep search and needless to say…there’s not a lot of ways pirates can evade us these days.

And just wait until you hear about our next development…

Takedown Piracy Develops Custom Piracy Infringement Tool

Feel free to share your “Nate” and “Tool” jokes, I look forward to them.

Via AVN.com:

Takedown Piracy Develops Custom Tool Capable

of Removing 100,000 Piracy Infringements in 24 Hours

Progressive, Outside-the-Box Thinking Powers Leading

Anti-Piracy Service’s Elimination of Over 2.3 Million Infringements!

March 31, 2011 — MARINA DEL REY, Calif. — Anti-piracy leader Takedown Piracy (TDP) announces the development of its patent-pending, custom tool, The Aikido Program.  The tool is capable of removing up to 100,000 copyright infringements in only 24-hours.  The Aikido Program is exclusive only to TDP and uses a PHP script to exploit a large piracy aggregation site.  It takes a site meant to assist in piracy and transforms it into a valuable asset in anti-piracy.  Progressive, outside-the-box thinking is why TDP is the most demanded anti-piracy service in adult entertainment, eliminating over 2.3 million copyright infringements as of the end of March.  Owner Nate Glass says, “I named this amazing tool the Aikido Program after the martial art using the power of one’s opponent against them.  After all, this is a fight the adult industry is engaged in, and we need to create alternative methods of battle in order to survive.”

For more information about Takedown Piracy or to request its unrivaled services, visit www.TakedownPiracy.com.

The Aikido Program targets a cyberlocker aggregator.  Cyberlockers are online storage sites that offer financial incentives for pirates to become copyright infringers.   Because there is a financial motivation attached, this type of pirate does not want to hide; it wants its uploads to be as visible as possible.   To do this, it spreads its uploads over hundreds of websites at once.  This gives rise to sites functioning as aggregators of piracy sites.  While these sites might seem to be a huge problem for copyright holders, in actuality, they perform a valuable service by containing huge numbers of infringements in one place.  With this knowledge, Takedown Piracy enlisted a software programmer to build a custom PHP script allowing the extraction of large numbers of results from the most trafficked cyberlocker aggregators, all while maintaining anonymity in the process.

“Companies want to see every piracy site destroyed, but realistically, piracy is never going to go completely away,” says Glass.  “While it may seem counter intuitive, sometimes the pirates themselves can be a great asset.  The Aikido Program turns their own power against them.”

The result of the Aikido Program is a proportionally huge number of infringements removed.  For one of Takedown Piracy’s larger adult studio clients, over 100,000 infringements were terminated in merely 24 hours.  Medium sized studios using TDP experienced between 25,000 and 30,000 infringements eliminated in only a few hours.

Glass adds, “It was important to me the Aikido Program not be a one-time shot.  I had the programmer build out the script in a way allowing for repeat actions, which aren’t redundant.  This turns top piracy sites into valuable assets for my clients.”

Takedown Piracy actively tracks at least nine different ways content may be pirated, providing widespread coverage.  Takedown Piracy offers protection in the following areas: Cyberlocker sites like Rapidshare, Torrent sites, Tube sites, Auctioned or unauthorized DVD resellers, Search Engines, Image Hosts, Blogs, Forums, Social Media.

To view a statistical breakdown of infringements removed by Takedown Piracy, visit http://takedownpiracy.com/stats/.

To better understand why to use Takedown Piracy’s unrivaled services, visit http://takedownpiracy.com/why-use-takedown-piracy/.

About Takedown Piracy: Takedown Piracy (TDP) is an anti-piracy service started in April of 2009.  The service was founded by adult industry veteran Nate Glass, who has been in the adult industry for over 13 years.  TDP offers copyright holders an affordable and highly effective means to fight back against content thieves.  For less than the cost of a part-time, minimum wage worker, copyright holders can benefit from Glass’ expertise and passion for protecting copyrighted content from thieves.  To date, TDP has removed over 2.3 million content infringements.  200 piracy websites are closely monitored to always provide clients with immediate service and protection.  Every month detailed reports are provided to clients with each action taken on their behalf.  A price can’t be placed on trust, but with Takedown Piracy, clients can be sure the company has their best interest in mind 100% of the time.  For more information, visit www.TakedownPiracy.com. Keywords: Takedown Piracy, Nate Glass, Aikido Program, protection, piracy, infringements, illegal downloads, torrent, tube, rapidshare, cyberlocker, DMCA, content, custom tool, PHP script, aggregation site

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CLK – Cyber Locker Killer

So in the piracy world these days, the largest and fastest growing segment of piracy comes from cyberlockers.  All over the world, 14 year olds rush to upload the latest pirated movies to a cyberlocker and spread the links all over the internet in hopes of clearing $16 in revenue by the end of the month.  It’s sad really, but in some of these third world countries, $20 USD is enough to make you a real mack daddy, or at least to buy you some more blank DVD-r’s, so you can peddle camcorder captures of Battle LA at the local flea market.  Like I said, real mack daddies.

In my latest Stats update I showed that over 1/3 of all the infringements I’ve removed have come from Cyberlockers and admittedly,  I’m still scratching the surface of the cyberlocker infestation.  Now as a realist, I know that my goal shouldn’t be to remove every single cyberlocker link for all of my clients, since that’s a largely impossible goal.  Rather my goal is just to take out so many that it becomes an unprofitable venture for the cashwhore spammers.  It’s kind of like war – you don’t have to kill EVERY soldier on the other side, just kill enough of them to make the rest of them drop their rifles and surrender.  Am I right or what France?

But to reach my goal, I had to be willing to pay a price and boy did I ever.  I recently procured the talents of a programming specialist who was handsomely compensated to the tune of one million dollars to write me a custom piece of software to take out cyberlocker links.  OK, so it wasn’t one million dollars, but let’s just say it was more than $1.50 and less than $1,000,000. Somewhere in between…only my tax man knows for sure.

Anyways, I unleashed this badboy tool on a nice cyberlocker site today and do you want to hear the results?  Huh Huh?  Do ya????

Am I the only one that gets freaking annoyed when people can’t put their shopping carts back in the shopping cart stall?  It’s like how lazy of a society are we really?  Until we can put the shopping cart back I just don’t think our society deserves any respect.  I say revoke voting rights for all the lazy bastards who can’t put their shopping cart back where they got it.  We’re so lazy we’ll spend 15 minutes driving around the parking lot at Target so we can get a parking spot that’ll trim off our walking time by 32 seconds.  Plus, spend another 5 minutes backing into the parking spot like we’re going to fucking rob the place and have to make a fast getaway or something, only to come out after buying a bunch of cheap made in China plastic crap, complain about socialized healthcare and then be too fat and too lazy to walk our cart 12 feet to the shopping cart stall.  Knowing full well that later on some gust of wind will blow that shopping cart into someone’s car, causing a big scratch that really just causes everyone’s insurance rates to go up, and since our big fat lazy asses couldn’t walk a few extra feet every now and then, the eventual diabetes will eventually put your dumb ass in the emergency room where the rest of us will have to pay for your medical care, until you eventually die.  And to those I say…You Deserved It.  Lazy fucking assholes.  Anyway, where was I?

Oh yeah…the results.

One Client.  One site.  One 24 hour time period.

31,000+ links killed.

31,000.

This was a pretty prototypical studio too, usual output of DVDs and internet business.

Tomorrow I unleash what I’m calling the CLK (CyberLocker Killer) for another studio, then another, and another until I’ve went through my entire client list.  I’m expecting this to result in easily half a million removals.  This will all be done in the space of a few weeks.  So far I’ve completed 12 studios and I started using this badboy 5 days ago.

The beauty in this tool is in it’s simplicity.  First of all, it takes something developed by pirates and for pirates and co-opts that to be used for anti-piracy.  Then using my CLK it does it’s thing, then I use another tool developed by pirates and a few mouse clicks later and I’m sending DMCA’s to cyberlockers with URLs numbering in the 1000s.

I fucking love using pirate tools to aid the anti-piracy effort.  I mean not only is it poetic justice, but the freeloaders have no right to complain.  After all, one of their talking points is to mention how “Information is morally neutral”.  So just because they developed their little tool to help them find Justin Bieber songs for free, doesn’t mean I can use it to wipe out your entire Fileserve.com stash and your lazily put together WordPress blog (and yes I realize the irony in me saying that), and your HornyWhores/AdultBay ripoff theme because after all….software can’t be blamed for what it does right?

So in summation, I would just like to say that if you’re clever, innovative and have between $1.50 and $1,000,000 you too can develop a bitchin’ anti-piracy tool.  And don’t forget to put your shopping cart back into the stall.

Kirk out.

Pornbb.org SOLD to Oron.com linked group

The huge porn piracy site Pornbb.org appears to have been sold allegedly to a group affiliated, or possibly even the owners of, Oron.com.  This happened before when an Oron affiliated ownership took over forumophilia and turned it into an Oron haven.  Now the same looks to be happening on Pornbb:

http://planetsuzy.org/t405883-pornbb-has-been-sold.html

Pornbb has sent out word that as of March 1st, only 5 cyberlockers will be allowed, one of which was Oron.com, a service that no one seems to enjoy except for the owners of the site.  Looks like these freeloaders are getting a lesson in capitalism.  For the longest time they’ve believed that the owners providing these sites were some sort of pseudo Socialist, everything-should-be-free idealistic true believers.  What they’re coming to find out is that they’ve been duped by pure capitalists who exploit their self-entitlement fueled delusions of a Utopia where they get everything for free.

Combined with the Hotfile.com purge and fileserve and filesonic getting kicked to the curb at PornBB there’s a lot of uploaders who will be missing out on some cash payouts.  My advice…listen to Dalton:  “There’s always barber college.”

Dalton
I'll rip your throat out too

Bloodbath at Hotfile.com

Perfect example of a multi-pronged anti-piracy approach.  Current litigation puts Hotfile into a position of cancelling accounts.  Then, removal notices force the expulsion of 1000s of accounts and untold petabytes of infringing files.  I’m glad I was focused on a hotfile aggregator this weekend.  Takedown Piracy DMCA’d at least 10k hotfile links this past weekend alone.

http://www.wjunction.com/showthread.php?t=69356

http://hotfile.com/news.html