Torrent, warez and illicit file sharing platforms, as well as communities are endlessly launching and providing users with premium content for free. Remolver locates your protected products that are made available freely without your authorization searching on public as well as private websites. Our ever-growing list of illicit distribution services makes us confident that we are able to locate 98% of unauthorized listings.
With your permission, and on your behalf, we work with the unauthorized distribution services to have your copyrighted content removed. More often then not, in an effort to remain on the right side of the law, such websites adhere to the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) and so having any protected content removed is usually a straight forward process. In other cases, additional white-hat methods may be adopted.
Not only do we have any copyrighted content removed, we also aim to ensure your content is prevented from re-appearing on such unauthorized distribution sources. In the past, we have unfortunately found on occasions that a small number of distribution networks adhere to removal requests but allow the protected content to be made freely available again a short-time after. Remolver aims to prevent this.
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The services provided by Remolver are invaluable and can greatly enhance your business. Their support team is great. We continue to use their services, taking advantage of the small price for the monthly subscription. We started using the services provided by Remolver right after their official launch, looking to protect our disaster survival ebooks from illegal sharing. We were never able to find out the websites where the ebooks were shared, but we were facing a drastic decrease in sales. After a few days we received a report that stated that every website sharing our ebooks received a dmca takedown notice. The next day we noticed a small spike in sales and after manually checking the websites provided in the report, we did notice that three of them removed the copyrighed content from the public view. We were not dissapointed.