Here we are in the future. This is the platinum age of content. It’s also the platinum age of online piracy. More world-class filmmakers are working on television series than ever before. Blockbuster movies and indie films alike are streamed legally in venues online in more volume than expected even a decade ago. Cinephiles are rejoicing. The creators of the content, though, have a different tale to tell. For the first time ever, in 2014, online streaming content became profitable for major film and television studios. Netflix and Amazon won Golden Globe Awards. Along with Hulu, Netflix and Amazon saw shareholder gains in this area. Companies like Maker Studios and Fullscreen have been purchased by major companies for hundreds of millions of dollars. While half of the world fights over which tech startup will be the next big thing, there are thousands of content owners creating amazing content. Without this content, none of the other companies would have a reason to exist.Now that this content is so valuable, the outlook of pirated content online has changed from being a nuisance to actual competition for market share.
MI:33 knew this all along and prepared for this moment. We have constructed a system to help track the purveyors of online piracy and their vendors systems. Our system catalogs all infringing online streaming content, and determines who profiteers and uploaders are. We at MI:33 understand the folks behind piracy and get their beef with copyright law. We don’t agree with it, but know how to advise your attorneys how best to deal with them to convert them to customers. Some of these folks are mere viewers to be converted to customers and some are criminals who gain to profit from others’ viewing and clicking on their malicious ads. You, as a content owner, need to curtail this problem. Contacting us is the best decision you will ever make.