Takedown Piracy Announces New Program

CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Takedown Piracy announces the development of its new program, Nemesis. 

With the implementation of the Nemesis program, Takedown Piracy said it has now removed nearly 100,000 pirated full-length movies and scenes.  

According to the company, the Nemesis tool analyzes tube sites to pinpoint videos likely to be infringing on copyrights, so the Takedown Piracy team is able to verify the infringement and have the pirated content removed.  

“The goddess Nemesis carried out retribution against those who committed evil deeds and received undeserved good fortune,” Takedown Piracy owner Nate Glass said. “Digital pirates are exactly that — people who profit off the work of others. Nemesis and Takedown Piracy are coming to get them, and we have already found a ton of movies, which may have otherwise gone undetected.” 

The company said Nemesis is proving to be a comprehensive tool, changing the landscape for pirate uploaders. 

“We’ve already seen several prolific pirate uploaders retire or stop uploading movies altogether,” Glass said. “We’ve been able to get others kicked off the sites by showing they are repeat infringers.” 

According to Glass, many of the offending accounts were being used for financial gain in addition to uploading free content. “A lot of uploaders use the stolen content as a way to promote their own businesses. We’re more than happy to dish out justice and put these guys out of business.” 

In addition to the creation of Nemesis, Takedown Piracy developed custom tool the Aikido Program and Aikido 2.0, as well as its advanced SEO program, Search Clean. 

Takedown Piracy actively tracks at least nine different ways content may be pirated, providing widespread coverage.  Takedown Piracy’s army of servers offer protection in the following areas: cyberlocker sites, torrent sites, tube sites, auctioned or unauthorized DVD resellers, search engines, image hosts, blogs, forums and social media. 

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