PPA has long been on the frontline in the fight against copyright infringement, be it in counterfeit magazines outside the supply chain, or digital editions and content scraping.
With digital distribution an increasingly important driver for audience and revenues, digital piracy is a growing concern for many magazine publishers. With the demand for pirated content not diminishing it is important to utilize an effective and cost-efficient solution to identify and deal with it.
In efforts to combat high-levels of online fraud and piracy, PPA has teamed up with the Publishers Association’s to provide members with access to the Copyright Infringement Portal (CIP). The CIP was created for the publishing industry as an online system to enable publishers to easily identify online infringements, send compliant takedown notices to infringing sites and collate takedown data.
The CIP has transparent pricing based on the number of magazine titles to protect and there are no restrictions on the number of takedown notices served.
PPA members are able to monitor up to 25 titles from only £495 per annum on the Manual Service.
Further details here: www.copyrightinfringementportal.org.uk