Last year, MaverickEye and NJORD Law Firm announced a joint enforcement program in Finland. Since then, enforcement has started related to more than 30 movies also but also in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Now the effort is being further strengthened.
Defender of copyright infringers Joe Hickster made it his mission to make people believe that movie pirates should not be penalized. In essence, he makes it seem okay for people to infringe copyrighted materials because they can get away with it. So basically, he’s one of the reasons why the entertainment business is struggling with piracy.
Microsoft filed a copyright infringement lawsuit at a federal court in Washington against a Comcast account holder or holders who activated illegal copies of its software from a Comcast internet connection. The pirated copies include Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server and Office 10. The account that activated several pirated copies of Windows was identified by its in-house cyberforensics team that logs suspicious “activation patterns”.
Maverickeye (ME) has just closed a new deal with NJORD, a Scandinavian law firm that specializes in data protection, intellectual property law, and many other areas, and has been ME’s partner law firm in Denmark for quite some time now. Together, the 2 companies aim to take over Finland and spread better awareness on copyright infringement.
Patrick Achache from Maverickeye (ME) is now working hand in hand with IP Arrow to expand and fully cover anti-piracy services. ME’s passion to protect titles/movies of copyright holders is even more emphasized with this new partnership that is primarily for the clients’ good.
Australia has remained to be a favorite lair for pirates with the highest rates of online TV and film piracy. At present, piracy is still a problem but it has started falling with the availability of legal options.