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How hard is it for ad networks or cpa networks to give out your info?

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by Roparadise, May 22, 2013.

  1. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    If someone is promoting a cpa offer that involves in the video game niche for example, and is using content from the video game such as gameplay or the trailers themselves and uploads them to youtube for example. Will the cpa network, or ad network your using for your website, your working with tell the rights holders your name easily? Or does it involve a court order after they get a cease and desist letter from the company and you ignore it,or since the ad network/cpa network not actually hosting the content infringed then they can't give out your name.
     
  2. judif414

    judif414 Regular Member

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    I believe it varies with each different CPA network. Blanking your referrer doesn't hurt...they might ask questions, some care, some don't. I don't think they would give court orders... think about it, there are SO many of these videos on youtube, they would have to sue everyone.
     
  3. bryanon

    bryanon Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Like judif414 says above, it does depend on the network.

    With that said, no network has the right to share your details with anybody without a court order unless you've specifically given them such right (by accepting their TOS which may contain such weaver, for instance). If they do then it is you who can sue them for distributing confidential/personal data.
     
  4. Young Learner

    Young Learner Junior Member

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    My knowledge on legal is low,that's why I'm here. But what I do know is that you're means you are and your mean it is something that you have(the other one).