Pink Visual Donates Site for FSC Anti-Piracy Program

CANOGA PARK, Calif. — Free Speech Coalition (FSC) has announced that Pink Visual has donated the website design and URL address for, the new information website for FSC’s Anti-Piracy Action Program (APAP).

The website has been launched in advance of the Content Protection Retreat to be held in Tucson, Ariz., from Oct. 17-19, hosted by Pink Visual. Co-sponsors of the show include FSC, Hustler, Titan Media and

There will be an APAP presentation for attendees at the retreat.

"After learning more about the state-of-the-art technology behind the FSC’s anti-piracy program and the incredible package they created to make this a feasible program for virtually any studio, we at Pink Visual felt donating the website design and domain was a minimal token of our appreciation," Pink Visual President Allison Vivas said.

"We hope other companies may be able to see simple opportunities like this to donate even non-monetary items to industry organizations like the FSC,” Vivas added.

Both content producers and tube-site operators can visit the site for an overview of APAP’s options to protect digital content and minimize incidents of infringement.

With APAP, producers can utilize fingerprinting and spidering technology to track their content, and have access to legal and copyright counseling, as well as content monetization options.

Tube-site operators can create revenue by replacing illegal video clips with promotional content. DMCA compliance and legal counseling also are available to tube operators that register with APAP.

Both content producers and tube-site operators can register at the new site, to be contacted by an APAP representative.

“We are exceedingly grateful to Pink Visual for their support and expertise in developing this website,” FSC Executive Director Diane Duke said. “APAP is an innovative program — only one of several projects that FSC has undertaken to support the industry. But without contributions like this one from Pink Visual, we might not be able to spread the word as effectively. We appreciate their generosity and participation.”

The new APAP site can be visited at or through a link on the FSC homepage at

Those interested in participating in the Content Protection Summit can visit or contact .