Copyright Enforcement Group (CEG) to offers its comprehensive anti-piracy protection and monetization service, WWW Collect™, to the world's photojournalist at Visa pour l'Image 2011.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2011
Copyright Enforcement Group (CEG) today announced its presence at the Visa pour l'Image International Festival of Photojournalism in Perpignan, France from August 28 to September 4, 2011.
CEG will be on hand to offer its comprehensive anti-piracy protection and monetization service, WWW Collect™, to the world's photojournalist.
The WWW Collect™ service utilizes crawlers, scanning tools, and the latest recognition technologies to track a variety of websites for image copyright infringements. When an infringement is tracked and authenticated, the website owner automatically receives a "pre-settlement" offer along with a request to remove the infringing image. Photographers can also offer licensing agreements to infringing websites via CEG's Systems in a good faith effort to convert infringing websites into legitimate licensed customers.
CEG understands the extensive lengths, expenses, and sacrifices photojournalists endure to capture images of our ever-changing world. CEG's team of technical and legal experts work tirelessly on behalf of its clients to ensure their valuable images are protected online.
To learn more about CEG's services, including WWW Collect™, please visit http://www.ceg-intl.com.
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.