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I began this blog in June of 2010 to highlight the link between advertising revenue and online piracy and advocate for change. I’m pleased to report that my message has been heard. During these past couple of years there’s been some excellent coverage in the press as well as some (slow) progress in the landscape of online piracy.
Here are some links to coverage:
July 1, 2010-NPR: Feeding Pirates: When Legit Companies Advertise On Shady Sites
July 6, 2010-Copyright Alliance: Indie Filmmaker to Infringers: Please Pay Me for Good Karma
July 26, 2010-Backstage: Pop-Up Piracy: Indie Filmmaker Speaks Out
August 3, 2010-Plagiarism Today: PopUp Pirates: Who Profits from Piracy?
September 20,2010-CNET: Indie filmmakers: Piracy and Google threaten us
September 28, 2010-LA Times: Independent filmmakers feel the squeeze of piracy
September 30, 2010-Copyright Alliance: Google Ads on Rogue Sites
October 13, 2010-CNET: Big Media Wants More Piracy Busting from Google
November 1, 2020-The Register, UK: Hollywood Ruling Sends Piracy Chill Through Google
November 4, 2010-Songwriter’s Guild: Support S.3804
November 19, 2010-Roll Call: Congress Needs to Pass Leahy-Hatch Anti-Piracy Bill
November 30, 2010-NPR: Pirates Turn Deaf Ear To Independent Filmmaker
December 1, 2010-Music Tech Policy Blog: The Narcissism of Piracy
December 3, 2010-CNET: Has Google Jumped Sides in the Copyright War?
December 10, 2010-Copyhype: The Chilling Effect of Copyright Infringement
April 21, 2011–DGA Quarterly: Losing Independence
July, 2012-Fortune Magazine: Megaupload and the twilight of copyright and sidebar piece: One filmmaker’s fight against cyberlockers