What is Pirated Content?

The term "piracy" has been used to refer to the unauthorised copying, distribution and selling of works in copyright. Examples of pirated content include:

  • Music;
  • Videos;
  • Photos; and
  • Artwork.

Common Facts

  • 98.8% of data transferred using P2P networks is copyrighted;
  • 22% of all global Internet bandwidth is used for Online Piracy;
  • 95% of music downloaded online is illegal;
  • $12.5 billion in economic losses each year due to Piracy in the music industry; and
  • Websites hosting pirated content receive more than 146 Million visitors per day.

Common Platforms

While the internet is large and comprised of over 1 BILLION individual websites, we frequently treat the following sites:

  1. Facebook;
  2. Instagram;
  3. Youtube;
  4. Blogspot;
  5. Wordpress; and dozens of other platforms. 

Our Solution

As of January 2019, our team at Internet Removals has removed over 55,421 URLs from the internet. A reasonable percentage of these 55,421 URLs have been from removing pirated content from websites, such as the aforementioned platforms.

As the pioneers of the content removal industry, we provide a specialised service whereby we lodge and manage applications for the removal of content to offending search engines, website administrators and web hosts.

During our 7+ years, we are yet to find a problem that we don't believe our solution applies to. 

Questions to Ask

When engaging a company, we recommend that you ask the following questions:

  1. How long have you been in this business?
  2. How many clients have you serviced?
  3. How many URL's have you verifiably removed?
  4. How many client testimonials do you have (and can provide)?
  5. Can you provide a redacted email from a search engine or website confirming you have successfully removed content before?

If you would like to find out more, please contact our team via email on team@internetremovals.com.au or call 1300 039 196