CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Takedown Piracy is celebrating its three-year anniversary combatting piracy.
Created by Nate Glass in 2009, Takedown Piracy is known for its services and has been responsible for the removal of more thanr 6.5 million copyright infringements, the company said.
The company said it makes customer service its top priority.
“I'm forever indebted to Takedown Piracy," said Colt Cabana, a company client. "Only three days after I put out my completely independent movie, word was out it had hit the torrent sites, YouTube, and more. After funding the whole project myself, this was a scary thought. This is when Takedown Piracy came in and saved the day Weeks later I had known Internet pirates telling me they couldn't find my movie anywhere — it was such a great feeling. I can't speak more highly about Nate and Takedown Piracy. They're really helping the little guy fight the good fight.”
Takedown Piracy also safeguards the digital content of lesbian erotica producer Girlfriends Films.
“It is impossible to predict how much money we would lose if pirates were allowed to steal our movies unchecked, but thanks to Takedown Piracy, we’ll never have to know," said Moose, vice president of Girlfriends Films.
Moved by the support of his clients, Glass said, “From the beginning I knew Takedown Piracy was so much more than a job. It was a mission. I believe every single one of my clients has the right to protect their art and content. Pirates feel entitled to take whatever they want online, but if that mentality goes unchecked, we will see a staggering decrease in the amount of music, movies, and books created. With the discovery and elimination of each new copyright infringement, and the destruction of torrent and cyberlocker sites, Takedown Piracy is determined to prevent that from happening.”
To report a copyright violation using Takedown Piracy’s tip page, click here.