Clips4Sale together with Takedown Piracy fights against piracy of pornographic productions.

In times of gigantic Vod platforms such as Netflix, music services like Spotify, Youtube, or Steam, it might seem that piracy is a thing of the past. However, for the porn industry, piracy is still a big problem that heavily influences its current look and production budget.


Clips4sale says no to piracy

Some time ago, the Clips4sale platform began a partnership with Takedown Piracy to not only fight piracy, but also to protect content created by smaller porn studios.

Clips4sale has always taken piracy seriously and protected its models and producers. And now the Content Protection Program has gone a step further, investing significant resources in protecting content across the network – said a Clips4sale representative.

Clips4sale is an American platform created in 2003 that offers the opportunity to sell your own pornographic clips. It gained its greatest popularity thanks to its large collection of amateur and fetish productions.

A big success for the platform

Clips4Sale recently announced that the Content Protection Program in partnership with Takedown Piracy has successfully removed over four million copyright infringements. Among the things removed were 3.5million files hosted on file-sharing sites, 57,000 photos or 1,500 torrents. The platform describes this as a big success, not only for them, but also for the models and producers using Clips4sale. The Content Protection Program offered by Clips4sale as well as the monthly and personalized reports are completely free for all creators using the platform

Anyone can log into their admin panel and view their own statistics based on illegally posted content that has been removed – a Clips4sale representative said.

Small producers benefit the most

The program is very popular among users. Especially small porn studios are pleased with its results. Piracy has long been the biggest problem for small independent studios, which usually do not have the resources or ability to actively protect their productions. With the program recordings belonging to small studios are removed from pirate sites, torrents or aggregators of pornographic clips without the need for active involvement of the studio.

Is porn losing to piracy?

The porn industry has been fighting a losing battle against Internet piracy for many years. The prevalence of pornography on the Internet is so high that most people don’t even think that the productions they watch may be protected by copyright. However, it must be remembered that behind every film or video there is a bigger or smaller studio that created it. For actors, producers and whole film crews it is a job thanks to which they earn their living.

We will continue to work on legal action against pirates and sites across the Internet with full dedication – assures Clips4sale.

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