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Believe announces partnership with anti-piracy firm

By | Published on Thursday 1 December 2011

Believe Digital

Digital distributor Believe has announced a new partnership with AudioLock.NET, a company which provides anti-piracy solutions for music firms, including watermarking for pre-release promos of tracks and an adaptable scanning system that alerts content owners when their tracks appear on unlicensed platforms online.

The deal will make AudioLock’s technology available to Believe’s label clients at a reduced rate.

Confirming the partnership, Believe Digital’s Lee Morrison told CMU: “Believe Digital is 100% committed to ensuring our users have complete protection from online piracy. This new deal with Audiolock.NET will give the many artists and labels we work with access to state-of-the-art, cost effective solutions to this major problem affecting our industry and is a great addition to the fantastic range of tools and services we already provide”.


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