Entertainment has been a backbone of the work we have been a part of for decades. We have been investigating adversaries of the entertainment industry since the days when bootleg T-shirts and video cassettes were the most prominent forms of offense. Problems that plague the entertainment industry include leaked scripts, leaked trailers, naming issues, counterfeit merchandise and online piracy. Recently, we helped entertainment industry client obtain a $10MM judgment against an internet pirate.
In a recent conversation with Texas’ most successful and longest-running governor Rick Perry, he tells Rob Holmes that video game publishers are the movie studios of the modern age. This puts video game publishers at the same peril as traditional entertainment. IPCybercrime does not discriminate. Neither do criminals. In the world of online fraud, everything of value is up for grabs. We have worked alongside the legal and security teams of many of the world’s most noteworthy entertainment studios, producers and distributors.
Problems our clients have that IPCybercrime is best suited for include:
- pirated/leaked video
- leaked box art
- leaked titles and scripts
- stolen/hacked data
- clearance/feasibility studies of upcoming titles and products