Harvel announced the release of a new tool on its platform to help content creators fight off online pirates, offering a new way for both groups and personal brands to protect their e-books, courses, music, video, and other types of digital content, image, and in many ways, sales and revenue. Harvel is able to remove copyright infringing URLs from the Google Search and remove URLs from hosting and torrent websites such as RapidGator, Zippy, Mega.nz, etc.
“The Harvel team has been extremely helpful in reducing the number of illegal downloads of my digital products! A few days after signing up with Harvel, I already received the first notifications about several successful DMCA takedowns” says Laura H. Rubin, an award-winning, Swiss artist. Read full review here: https://harvel.io/creators/laura-h-rubin
Illegal access to online content has been a problem for content creators since the dawn of the internet. From losing money to having their whole organizations shut down, content-creating brands have all to fear with regard to cyber theft and piracy. Apart from its obvious mission of crippling piracy, Harvel’s new tool becomes truly astounding with its innovative features. Harvel can take down websites and remove content from the web fully automated.
Harvel’s anti-piracy tool is capable of initiating piracy detection and takedowns & protection automated without unnecessary human intervention. Starting at $49/month, it is currently active for content creators who are eager for copyright protection. For more information on Harvel’s anti-piracy tool, visit www.harvel.io.
How it works:
Harvel’s innovative copyright protection tool leverages artificial intelligence and a state-of-the-art internet crawler to effectively impede infringements and secure creators’ interests. Creators only have to sign up and choose the right package depending on the content amount they want to protect. Apart from this tiny bit of action, Harvest’s antipiracy tool runs automatically; scoring the internet daily for events of infringements and effecting corrective procedures by sending takedown and legal action notices to hosting providers and google.
Visit Harvel.io to learn more about the copyright protection tool.
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