This story started quite a long ago. Remember the Napster scandal? Ever had to click through all the ads in Zippyshare to download a new album? Old times, right?
The biggest victim of the data piracy business was the music industry for sure. Since the wide spreading of music sharing applications and the fact that you can download almost any album any time changed the music business from it’s core. Performers with big labels still have their background, there are still loyal music buyers out there, and bands can raise some (actually far from enough most of the times) funds by touring and selling merch. But the self-publishing musicians or indie labels are totally vulnerable for data piracy leaving not a chance to performers at the size under Metallica to survive.
This is where Torrent Detective can come handy: continuously monitoring 150+ torrent sites and even closed social media groups we can find and remove pirated music files. We have 100% success rate on this so far, we’re good at it. This is a service not only for major labels but also affordable for indies or self-publishing composers.
Torrent Detective can seek out your music on torrent sites and closed social media groups and remove them by a complex DMCA removal process. Moreover, we can remove Google search results for your unauthorized music making them impossible to find even if they’re up somewhere on the Word Wide Web. This is a perfect solution to protect you music from piracy - thus saving you a lot of money actually every second!
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