ABS-CBN’s Anti-Piracy Efforts, A Success

ABS-CBN’s effort against piracy has gained them the “massive impact” title by a major copyright, privacy, and file-sharing publication. In an article written by TorrentFreak Founder and Editor-In-Chief Ernesto Van der Sar that was published in their website, he cited that the television giant’s numerous court battles and victories caused millions of dollar damages to… Continue reading>

From Copyright Collections Ltd to Copyright Management Services Ltd

    Change is an unavoidable sign that leads to progress; and we have undergone an important change recently – from formerly being known as Copyright Collections Ltd., we now go by the name Copyright Management Services Ltd. Different name. Different logo. Same goal. The new company name does not change our basic goal which… Continue reading>

Sky customers to pay for allegedly pirating “The Company You Keep”

As a legal firm that advocates the unlawfulness of online copyright infringement, TCYK LLC has taken matters into its hands by sending letters to Sky broadband customers who allegedly pirated the Robert Redford film “The Company You Keep”, which starred Julie Christie, Susan Sarandon and Shia LaBeouf. The TCYK LLC letter reportedly demands for payment… Continue reading>

InternetNZ to Kiwis: “What do you want from the copyright law?”

In a video released recently, InternetNZ asked New Zealanders what they want from the copyright law. According to Jordan Carter, Chief Executive of InternetNZ, Kiwis are not able to view or access the content that they want. In the video: they asked the locals what they want from their copyright they compared it to shopping… Continue reading>

Producers of ‘Survivor’ sue Popcorn Time users for online infringement

Just recently, Millennium Films and Nu Image filed a lawsuit for the illegal online distribution of the assassin movie Survivor which stars Pierce Brosnan and Milla Jovovich. The sixteen (16) individual Popcorn Time users were accused of unauthorized download and distribution of copies of the movie through the BitTorrent network.   Popcorn Time Much like… Continue reading>

Australian anti-piracy scheme delayed due to postponed agreement

A new anti-piracy scheme was supposed to start September 1, 2015 but it was delayed due to the postponed agreement between rights holders and internet service providers (ISPs). The scheme would see that Australians would receive copyright infringement notices from their ISPs if they were caught illegally downloading movies, TV shows, and music. Notice scheme… Continue reading>

Received a TCYK LLC letter? Here are basic what-to-do guidelines

Entities pursue copyright infringers based on the evidence they’ve gathered with the help of IT experts. However, those who receive copyright letters bring up issues regarding the claims. These copyright issues may include incorrect ISP, "fake" IP address, and false evidence among others. But what exactly do you do if you get a letter of… Continue reading>

Facebook’s new tools to fight video piracy

After receiving criticism from content owners, Facebook is offering new tools that will identify and remove unauthorized video content that is uploaded without the owner’s permission. YouTube's video-sharing business has been going on for a decade, while it's only been a year since Facebook allowed users to share videos on their news feeds. Facebook is… Continue reading>