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  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

  • Scanning across the World Wide Web for piracy links and restricting movie piracy.

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CopyrightsLab.com is an initiative from TechLobster Solutions for curbing movie piracy. Online Piracy can be curbed to a great extent if we try to resolve the issue from the nip of the bud. We intend to perform such an operation on behalf of the producers/production houses. We would require an authorization letter stating that we hold the rights to issue a warning to the authorities if the copyrighted content of the producers or production houses is being subjected to piracy. This operation can be performed for a maximum of 60 days however, 30 days would produce the optimum result. This operation is performed 24 hours a day throughout the month, thus ensuring that copyright infringed material are not available for long once it is put on the web. A naked eye can't scan the entire web for pirated content efficiently. We have developed a software named PIRATESPIDER which scans the web 24 hours a day and provides us with all the IP address, location, countries and hosts where the pirated content is available along with their contact details

PIRATESPIDER explores the web extensively for copyrighted content It traces the source piracy links and stores it in a spreadsheet Store the statistics regarding the pirated content Checks not just torrents, links and illegal fileshare, but files uploaded on youtube and other media sites by anonymous users which reduces the hits in the official youtube channels of the production house. Uploads by anonymous users bring loss to youtube channels owned by the production house. Report abuse via mail and/or call to websites that publish the piracy links/content. Report warning via mail/call to data centres hosting the websites which contain the piracy links/content. Reporting to corresponding government offices which are monitored by WIPO(World Intellectual Property Organisation) regarding the websites doing Copyright Infringement.

Piracy


What is Piracy?
"Piracy" is slang for copyright infringement, the unlawful copying of the work of another, usually for the purpose of distribution and profit. In contrast to swashbuckling pirates of yore, modern day "pirates" make copies, sometimes perfect digital copies, of the work of another. Copyright holders are concerned with infringement because they believe that if someone can buy a copy of their work for less or obtain it for free or through a trade, he or she will, and profits will be lost.
If you are accused of piracy, then someone is claiming that you have unlawfully copied part or all of their work. Computer software, video games, music and DVDs are common objects of copyright infringement actions. If someone can download songs, games or other material that may be copyrighted from your website then you might be accused of piracy. If your site enables users to trade copyrighted material, or if you provide tools that allow others to crack the codes protecting copyrighted material then you might be accused of assisting in piracy, more accurately called "contributory copyright infringement." Regardless of whether the copied materials are offered for sale, distributed for free, or given to relatives, the copyright holder may claim infringement.
Many web sites that have infringing material add a disclaimer stating that the site does not support copyright infringement. While such disclaimers will not necessarily shield you from liability, following the DMCA Safe Harbor may be the best way to protect yourself.

If I am accused of "piracy," what does this mean?
"Piracy" is slang for copyright infringment, usually used to describe the unlawful copying of software, videogames, movies or MP3s. Copyright law gives a creator of software, music, literature and other works a limited monopoly to reproduce or distribute in the created work. If you are accused of piracy, then someone is claiming that you have violated their copyright by copying part or all of their work without authorization, or have enabled other people to make such copies.

Is all copying piracy?
No. Copyright gives the owner exclusive rights to reproduce, adapt, publicly distribute, perform and display their work. Nonetheless, the law allows "fair use" of copyrighted material. Fair use permits, in certain circumstances, the use or copying of all or a portion of a copyrighted work without the permission of the owner. Copyrighted works may be used for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research. To decide whether a use is "fair use" or not, courts consider, in part:
(1) the purpose and character of the use (including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes);
(2) the nature of the copyrighted work (giving creative works more protection than factual works);
(3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole (including size No. Copyright gives the owner exclusive rights to reproduce, adapt, publicly distribute, perform and display their work. Nonetheless, the law allows "fair use" of copyrighted material. Fair use permits, in certain circumstances, the use or copying of all or a portion of a copyrighted work without the permission of the owner. Copyrighted works may be used for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research. To decide whether a use is "fair use" or not, courts consider, in part:and quality- i.e. Does the portion represent the "heart" of the work); and
(4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work.
Courts balance these factors, placing an emphasis on the fourth, however rulings have been unpredictable. Parody may be protected by fair use where the user is actually making a comment on or criticism of the copyrighted material, even if a profit is made from the use. Still, distributing copyrighted software will rarely be fair use because people will use those copies instead of buying the software from the legitimate vendor.

What is the Digital Millennium Copyright Act(DMCA)?
The DMCA, as it is known, has a number of different parts. One part is the ant circumvention provisions, which make it illegal to "circumvent" a technological measure protecting access to or copying of a copyrighted work. Another part gives web hosts and Internet service providers a "safe harbor" from copyright infringement claims if they implement certain notice and takedown procedures.

What are the DMCA Safe Harbor Provisions?
Codified as section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), this new law exempts on-line service providers that meet the criteria set forth in the safe harbor provisions from claims of copyright infringement made against them that result from the conduct of their customers. These safe harbor provisions are designed to shelter service providers from the infringing activities of their customers. If a service provider qualifies for the safe harbor exemption, only the individual infringing customer are liable for monetary damages; the service provider's network through which they engaged in the alleged activities is not liable.

I run a website but I never actually upload or download copyrighted materials. Could I be liable for what visitors to my site do?
You could. Under certain circumstances, bulletin board operators and webmasters can be subject to both civil and criminal liability for contributory or vicarious copyright infringement when unauthorized copies of software (or the direct means to obtain such software) are found on their sites. If you know that people are using your site to find warez or cracked video games, you may have an obligation to do something about it, particularly if you benefit financially in any way, or are able to control the unlawful copying.

What is vicarious liability?
Vicarious liability, a form of indirect copyright infringement, is found where an operator has (1) the right and ability to control users and (2) a direct financial benefit from allowing their acts of piracy. User agreements or Acceptable Use Policies may be evidence of an operator's authority over users. The financial benefit may include a subscription fee, advertising revenues, or even a bartered exchange for other copyrighted. Under the doctrine of vicarious liability, you may be found liable even if you do not have specific knowledge of infringing acts occurring on your site.

What is contributory infringement?
The other form of indirect infringement, contributory infringement, requires (1) knowledge of the infringing activity and (2) a material contribution -- actual assistance or inducement -- to the alleged piracy.
Posting access codes from authorized copies of software, serial numbers, or other tools to assist in accessing such software may subject you to liability. Providing a forum for uploading and downloading any copyrighted file or cracker utility may also be contributory infringement. Even though you may not actually make software directly available on your site, providing assistance (or supporting a forum in which others may provide assistance) in locating unauthorized copies of software, links to download sites, server space, or support for sites that do the above may contributorily infringe.
To succeed on a contributory infringement claim, the copyright owner must show that the webmaster or service provider actually knew or should have known of the infringing activity.

So am I better off not monitoring my website if I want to avoid contributory infringement liability?
Even though not actually knowing about a violation occurring on your website may shield you from contributory infringement liability, a deliberate refusal to engage with or monitor the content on a website, if it would otherwise be reasonable for you to do so, may lead to a finding of what is known as "willful blindness." That is, you may not know that there is infringing material on the site, but you should know.

What are the notice and takedown procedures for web sites?
In order to have an allegedly infringing web site removed from a service provider's network, or to have access to an allegedly infringing website disabled, the copyright owner must provide notice to the service provider with the following information:
• The name, address, and electronic signature of the complaining party [512(c)(3)(A)(i)]
• The infringing materials and their Internet location [512(c)(3)(A)(ii-iii)], or if the service provider is an "information location tool" such as a search engine, the reference or link to the infringing materials [512(d)(3)].
• Sufficient information to identify the copyrighted works [512(c)(3)(A)(iv)].
• A statement by the owner that it has a good faith belief that there is no legal basis for the use of the materials complained of [512(c)(3)(A)(v)].
A statement of the accuracy of the notice and, under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on the behalf of the owner [512(c)(3)(A)(vi)].
Once notice is given to the service provider, or in circumstances where the service provider discovers the infringing material itself, it is required to expeditiously remove, or disable access to, the material. The safe harbor provisions do not require the service provider to notify the individual responsible for the allegedly infringing material before it has been removed, but they do require notification after the material is removed.

About

A project which stifles movie piracy with the authorised consent from the movie producers. CopyRightsLab.com is the brainchild of Techlobster Solutions Private Limited. We at Techlobsters decided to find a way to curb piracy which is killing our films/movies industry. We found there are certain ways by which the piracy via the internet can be curtailed to a great extent. It requires an authorization from the film producers and owners. So we invite you to join hands with us to curb this social evil.

The piracy links are actually websites hosted in various parts of the world, which provide the copyrighted content to a normal user illegaly. Almost every country has laws for copyright infringment, but these activities happen in the blindsight of the government. We bring this illegal activities to light and thus force the pirates to shut their activity. Each website host is also responsible for the same if they support hosting of such illegal activity in their hosting servers. They are also notified to cancel the hosting of the inimical websites.

Our team monitors the World Wide Web for 24 hours a day for a specified number of days, so that the piracy is either curbed or the effect is minimal for the producers.

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Contact Info

  • address: Copyrights Lab, Kakkanad, Kochi 682030
  • Phone: +91- 98 95 676555
  • e-Mail: info@copyrightslab.com