Entertainment Industry Anti-Piracy Campaign Goes Covert

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on May 5, 2003

The entertainment industry is working with software developers, such as Overpeer Inc., to create applications that will thwart P2P filing services and networks. Although such efforts pre-date the recent decision in favor of filing sharing companies Grokster and Morpheus, the focus on a software solution appears to have a renewed purpose and impetus. According to Overpeer’s CEO Marc Morgenstern, “We intervene on behalf of our clients to protect their content from piracy.”
See also, Heading off film piracy – Movie trade group staying one step ahead in lobbying efforts.

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