Sebastian’s Studios Signs With FSC’s Anti-Piracy Program

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Sebastian’s Studios signed today with the Free Speech Coalition’s Anti-Piracy Program in its ongoing efforts to combat piracy.

“I suggest that others take on the benefits of the Free Speech Coalition,” said JJ Ruch, president of Sebastian’s Studios. “The FSC continues to fight piracy at large. The FSC can’t make the difference alone. If more film producers would do the same, in time we could continue to fight back what is ours and make a difference.”

After issuing Digital Millennium Copyright Act notices several times a week, the studio decided to join the Porn Guardian’s Industry Guardian Program. 

However, the company said piracy continues to grow and felt it was imperative to take further action to protect its copyrighted material by joining the FSC’s APAP.