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Copyright enforcement company Rightscorp keeps making headlines, mostly for the wrong reasons. While it may be able to count some leading music publishers on its roster, it has yet to demonstrate that it can make its anti-piracy system profitable.


  • Rightscorp says it believes that the market opportunity is somewhere in the region of $2.3bn, although it has yet to prove it can make a business out its activities.

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  • The research note details the activities of the copyright enforcement company Rightscorp.
  • The note explains how the company has progressed so far and why it may well not be in business for too much longer.

Key questions answered

  • Why has Rightscorp been in the news so many times for all the wrong reasons?
  • Which big-name music companies have employed Rightscorp to manage their online copyright protection in the US?

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  • Summary
  • Rightscorp – the costly business of copyright protection
  • Legal action and major ISP concerns
  • Big-name clients, but a questionable concern


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