statement of purpose

the purpose of this blog is, to document and expose cases of copyright infringement and illegal file sharing, committed by members of divers piracy groups on yahoo, google and other platforms. Each case published on this blog is proven by documents, which you can receive as a copy, if you send a mail to abuse(at)nkdigitalart(dot)us. The NKDA Team hopes to be of service to the community by exposing IP's of pirates (people who share the products of others without permission and/or against the will of the copyright holder), so other small business owners can protect themselves or at least be aware of the problem

This blog is not about 'shares by accident' , but it will be updated regular with cases of ORGANIZED piracy on social platforms, which can and will be proofed due investigation by forensic digital experts in co operation with a lawyer, specialized in international copyright law.

The postings on this blog will also show, how much of these illegal activities are organized and well planned with the goal to destroy small businesses and online stores period by threatening store owners either way to comply to the pirate's demands or to suffer the consequences in form of excessive file sharing of pay-to-use products.

additional postings about piracy generally and social structures in groups and/or social networks will also be published here.

the authors of this blog do not give legal advice, only sharing experiences and the results of research. For further steps you might want to take, please consult your attorney at law.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

‘Piracy Is Theft, Clean and Simple’ US Vice President Says

Obama administration comes up with a plan to fight copyright infringement not only on a big scale but also for small ecommerce businesses - way to go Barack and Joe!

June 22, 2010 
Vice President Joe Biden introduced the Joint Strategic Plan to fight intellectual property theft today. In his speech Biden declared war on ‘pirate’ websites, both foreign and domestic.
The United States Government has made plans on how to tackle copyright infringement related issues in the coming years and make business easier for copyright owners and victims of digital piracy online and offline. The first Joint Strategic Plan of Obama’s administration to combat intellectual property infringement was unveiled on June 22 2010
click on 'the white house blog' to read the article

The White House Blog

Releasing the Joint Strategic Plan to Combat Intellectual Property Theft