Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2011
Copyright Enforcement Group (CEG) today announced plans to launch a comprehensive anti-piracy takedown service to cover Rapidshare, Cyberlockers, User Generated Content (UGC), Direct Download, Tube, Streaming, Auction, and other Unauthorized Distributor and/or Reseller Websites by the end of 2011.
The service, entitled WWW Takedown™, will follow the same in-depth monitoring and validation processes as CEG's existing P2P Collect™ and WWW Collect™ offerings. Infringements will be tracked and aggregated by CEG's proprietary systems and global network of servers before passing a strict multi-stage authentication process involving steps such as fingerprinting and visual human authentication to eliminate false positives.
Copyright owners will receive automated daily reports via email and have 24/7/365 access to a web-based client portal intended to provide real-time piracy data, tracking statistics, and information.
Most notably, the service will be offered cost free* to copyright owners who place their entire catalog of titles with CEG exclusively for global monitoring and monetization services including P2P Collect™ and/or WWW Collect™. The WWW Takedown™ service will also be available to copyright owners who don't provide their entire catalog for monitoring and monetization to CEG for a small monthly fee.
To learn more about CEG including the P2P Collect™ and WWW Collect™ services visit http://www.ceg-intl.com.
*Limitations and restrictions apply. All copyright owners may not qualify for WWW Takedown™ cost free. Please contact CEG for additional information.
About Copyright Enforcement Group
Copyright Enforcement Group (CEG) is the gold standard in content protection and monetization. Protection and monetization services cover all types of content including audio, video, image, logo, trademark and text across peer-to-peer protocols (P2P), user-generated content sites (UGC) and websites. CEG's end-to-end solutions are designed to help content owners maximize coverage, minimize copyright & trademark infringements and realize revenues that would have otherwise been lost to digital piracy.