Adult industry: feel free to share porn over p2p, but don’t host it!

Adult industry: feel free to share porn over p2p, but don’t host it!

Online piracy is also an issue for the adult video industry, in case you were wondering. Jason Tucker, head of The PAK Group, a new anti-piracy company dedicated to adult content, and president of the content production company Falcon Foto, recently told the industry web site XBIZ (NSFW) that lawsuits against individuals are no longer on the top of their list in the fight against piracy, because they “require ridiculous amounts of resources” yet don’t accomplish much.

Tucker said they’re more likely to start concentrating on adult video sharing sites, or as Tucker puts it: “companies creating locations where the exploitation of stolen works is encouraged”.

He told XBiz:

“We are close to filing a suit against a major tube site, and we will follow that up with a lot more. No one is immune. The big problem I see right now is not outsiders doing this; rather, it is people who purport to be contributing members in our industry. As a result, we know who is doing this, we know where they are, we know where they process transactions, we know where they bank, we know where they host and we know where they live. This means when we come for you, we know how to get you.”

Hat tip to NewTeeVee, which offers some more background information.

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