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P2P pirating

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by banebadboo, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. banebadboo

    banebadboo Newbie

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    Hello,

    I?m wondering if there is any way to combat P2P sites that operate outside the US. These sites pirate millions in copyrighted content. Normally contacting the ISP of these sites solves the problem. Unfortunately many of these sites are now being hosted in countries that will do nothing to stop piracy. So rather than spending LARGE sums of money in legal fees, I?m looking for a cost effective way to combat this issue. Any thoughts on this will be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Nice try MPAA and RIAA.
     
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  3. banebadboo

    banebadboo Newbie

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    Thanks for the reply. We take care of our piracy issues in house. The only problem we are having difficulty is P2P and that is with just 2 sites at the moment. We are looking for an innovative solution to this problem.
     
  4. HerpDerpSlerp

    HerpDerpSlerp Power Member

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    No offense but if there was an innovative solution to mass piracy of content it would have been utilized by big money already. Good luck in your venture none the less
     
  5. Xp3r7

    Xp3r7 Regular Member

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    @banebadboo, I think you should leave this forum and never come back...
     
  6. HerpDerpSlerp

    HerpDerpSlerp Power Member

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    I think you should not judge a posters inquiry. It was a legitimate question regardless of what is done or encouraged here. Maybe you should follow your own advise
     
  7. banebadboo

    banebadboo Newbie

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    None taken. Unless the question is asked one will never know the answer. We have talked with many of the "big money" companies, working on solutions to piracy with them. When you can't find the answer you need from the people that are supposed to know, then look elsewhere.