Movie industry: tools against piracy

Movie industry: tools against piracy

Facts and numbers


In our previous articles on the movie industry, our research allows us to conclude that 





How to fight piracy? 


Of course, it is possible to do it yourself.


You will have to 



These actions have to be done every day - indeed, on the Internet everything goes very fast, and the appearance of a single file in one place can quickly turn into several thousand pirate links in 24 to 48 hours. 


Such research, especially in the absence of experienced agents and adapted tools, several hours of work every day for each product, which can be very tedious. Moreover, without specialized tools to scan networks, it is easy to miss a leak. 


Our team of experts has developed specific tools, after more than a decade in the anti-piracy industry. We have seen and solved various situations that allowed us to adapt our tools and processes, making them as transparent, fast and efficient for our clients as possible. 


The Keys of success


To be effective, and anti-piracy policy has to be:

 




When a leak occurs, a specialized company like PDN Agency can also conduct a thorough investigation to find the exact the source of the piracy. If the compromising file originated from your company, you can then take the necessary steps to fix the problem!


It is possible to take action and to limit piracy on your own. But if you want to protect your product, it means several hours a day for 3 or 4 months just to that end. Without any experience in anti-piracy and specific tools and processes, doing it yourself will be less effective.

Pirated versions of your movie present online are a major potential loss of revenue that no business can afford.

Leaving pirate links online is like leaving an open purse on a nightclub table - maybe no one will steal your wallet, but the chances for it to happen are still very high.  


A specialized company like PDN has the developed the right tools and processes, and its employees have several years of experience in antipiracy. Don't hesitate to contact us, in order to be able to do your real work, and let us take care of the rest! 


Next week, stay with us for a series of articles on piracy and video games.





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