Clips4Sale Touts Content Protection Partnership With Takedown Piracy

Clips4Sale Touts Content Protection Partnership With Takedown Piracy

TAMPA, Fla. — Clips4Sale has announced the removal of four million copyright infringements and the fingerprinting of over seven million videos on the site as part of their Content Protection Program in partnership with Takedown Piracy (TDP).

The company has touted the success of their content protection program, which, according to a rep, “further protects Clips4Sale models and producers at no extra cost.”

Clips4Sale, the rep continued, “has always taken piracy seriously by protecting its models and producers, and now the Content Protection Program has gone one step further by investing heavily to protect content across the web.”

The service is free to all Clips4Sale stores, which will receive both a monthly report and a personalized report.

“I appreciate that Clips4Sale protects content regardless of how big or small the studio might be,” said Ludella Hahns from Ludella Hahns Fetish Adventures Studio. “And most importantly, I can trust them to chase down and take down illegal content on my behalf.”

Jason from BrattyFootGirls said, “Piracy has long been a thorn in the side of many independent studios. We often don't have the money and resources to be constantly monitoring our content on illegal pirate sites and tube sites. It's been a big boost to know Clips4Sale has our back and has been putting in a lot of work to go after illegal content and have it taken down without us needing to be proactive ourselves."

Since the program began, the rep noted, “the actual takedown numbers are the highest Clips4Sale has ever had, and this is just one part of a full program targeting illegal content. For example, TDP automatically scans over 133 sites for infringements, but Clips4Sale’s stores can also still submit their own findings and links through the admin dashboard. Both get immediate attention and results with a 98.98% removal rate.”

Additionally, Clip4Sales will "continue to work on legal actions against pirates and sites across the internet with complete dedication."

The company has also announced the launch of store-specific piracy removal reports. “Each Clips4Sale store can log in to their store admin and review their very own takedown statistics based on their illegally posted content that had been removed,” the rep said.

“No matter how big or small a store is, we protect all our content producers and at no additional cost to them,” General Manager Dariusz said. “We’re reinvesting the money we make in a crucial service like our Content Protection Program, with our key partner Takedown Piracy, because it is the right thing to do, which further builds loyalty and trust.”

Takedown Piracy’s VP of Marketing and Communications Reba Rocket said, “Our partnership with Clips4Sale has been gratifying because they understand the importance of protecting their models and producers by allowing us to do what we do best. The fact they offer this level of service free shows their level of appreciation and commitment to the success of their models and producers.”

For more about Clips4Sale's automated Content Protection Program, click here and follow the platform on Twitter.

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