Anti-piracy measures are efforts to fight against copyright infringement, counterfeiting, and other violations of intellectual property laws.
Yes, Anti-Piracy is the need of the time. Unfortunately, in the fast moving digital world the illicit use of the copyrighted material and contents has become a big business. Globally, the legitimate copyright owners are losing hundreds of billions of dollars annually due to the illegal reproduction and distribution of their legitimate copyright materials and contents. To encounter the worst problem of piracy which is being faced by each copyright owner globally, the Codex Anti-Piracy Department provides you a boutique combination of data intelligence, proprietary technology and high expertise to detect as well as defend against manual and online piracy around the world. The aim of Codex & Co. is to render a one stop solution encompassing data verification, online tracking, detection and eradication of material and content infringements. Our unique Anti-Piracy Team is ready to pursue a more reactive strategy by tracking, analyzing and enforcing the following measures to protect your legitimate rights:
To counterfeit means to copy something. Counterfeit products/goods are fakes or illegal replicas of the actual product. Counterfeit products are often produced with the intention to take advantage of the superior value of the imitated one.
Codex & Co.’s Solutions against Counterfeiting:
Codex & Co. provides the following services to protect your real products and takes following steps to avoid losing money to counterfeit goods.
The illegal and unauthorized trade in software, videos, digital video devices (DVDs) and music. Piracy occurs when someone other than the legitimate owner copies the product and resells it for a fraction of the cost that the legitimate producer charges.
Uploading or posting unlicensed streamed content is illegal — even if it’s free.
Deceptive phishing, scams and infectious malware attacks to the brand and copyright owner and their customers personal information and identity.
“Malware” is short for malicious software and used as a single term to refer to virus, spy ware, worm etc. Malware means virus, spy ware, worm etc which are designed to cause damage to a standalone computer or a networked pc. Most common types of malware are adware, bots, bugs, rootkits, spyware, Trojan horses, viruses, and worms.
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