Sebastian's Studios Joins FSC, Acts Against Piracy

Bob Johnson
FORT LAUDERDALE — Gay studio Sebastian's Studios announced that it has joined the Free Speech Coalition and has issued more than 200 DMCA [Digital Millennium Copyright Act] notices to various tube sites, file sharers and illegally operating blogs within the last year.

"We have been attacking these illegal sites who continue to knowingly allow piracy from their users including the owners of the websites," Sebastian's Studios President JJ Ruch said. "We refuse to let them think for a minute that we're not watching."

He added, "We know there are more websites that are hiding in the dark that continue to allow piracy."

The company said that it has also enrolled in the FSC APAP (Anti-Piracy Action Program) and will be asking the group for further assistance.