CEG TEK International
|Industry||Digital media, Copy protection, online infringement tracking|
|Headquarters||Beverly Hills, California, United States|
|Services||Copyright infringement detection and remediation|
CEG TEK International (formerly Copyright Enforcement Group) was a Los Angeles-based copyright monetization firm. The company also conducted and released studies about unauthorized distribution of motion pictures, music, and other forms of digital media.
CEG TEK International primarily represented motion picture studios, including Nu Image and Millennium Films, and protected their digital content online. The company monitored P2P file sharing. Electronic notices were sent to Internet Service Providers and their customers, which offered a release of liability in exchange for a settlement amount. CEG TEK International claimed users who paid for their infringement were less likely to share illegal content in future.
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- Trent Moore (28 April 2014). "Not just Thrones: Genre shows dominate Top 10 most torrented TV shows list". blastr. Retrieved 17 Nov 2014.
- Carlos Alberto Sánchez (30 April 2014). "Las series de HBO, con Juego de Tronos a la cabeza, son las más descargadas del mundo" (in Spanish). ADSL Zone. Retrieved 17 Nov 2014.
- Eriq Gardner (9 Sep 2014). "Expendables 3 Torrent Downloaders Now Being Targeted for Copyright Infringement". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 17 Nov 2014.
- Ted Johnson (17 Sep 2014). "Producers Threaten Individual Expendables 3 Pirates With Legal Action". Variety. Retrieved 17 Nov 2014.
- "Canada begins receiving CEG-TEK DMCA settlement letters". Cashman Law Firm. 12 March 2015. Retrieved 17 May 2015.
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