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Content Locking movies... Banhammer and other questions

Discussion in 'CPA' started by gRaViJa, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. gRaViJa

    gRaViJa Junior Member

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    Is it doable to content lock movies and not be banned? I would like to make a website for a niche of movies, let's say asian horror movies. My idea (well, i know it's been done before) is to let the viewers watch the movie for 5 minutes and then redirect them to a page where they have to fill in a survey and then they can download it.

    But there are some problems with this. First, wont i get banned very fast for uploading illegal files (aka copyrighted movies) to a website like sharecash of blamads ? Or are those CPA companies pretty... loose about that? I read their rules and it looks hey are pretty clear about copyrighted movies.

    secondly, on blamads and uploadee, the max file size is 50mb, where the movies are 600-800mb. How do i get around this problem? Can I just upload a textfile with a mediafire lin? wont it not work because they'll notice the file is too small or will you only be able to see the filesize after completing the survey? Is there another, better strategy for this? I was thinking Content Locker Pro, but i don't have the money for it and free alternatives look pretty shitty to me.

    Please help a brother out! :)
     
  2. breqkfury

    breqkfury Newbie

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    You are better to stream not download, then for movies you can use mgcash they allow copyrighted content :)
     
  3. thetvnun

    thetvnun Power Member

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    blam ads and dollarade have been cool with me about it. i dont host though, just embed with an offshore domain.