What Should I Do If I Catch A Course On A Pirate Site?

What Should I Do If I Catch A Course On A Pirate Site?

Every video, assignment, and document uploaded by you under your course content on the website of MWCedu is watermarked by our logo. During the submission to uploading time, we make sure to watermark every single video, hence avoiding the chances of aspiration by any other site.

However, some websites and companies can pirate any content present on the internet. This is a very serious problem involving intellectual theft which happens even on major websites like YouTube, Amazon, etc. MWCedu is working on new ideas and strategies to reduce this problem.

Apart from the new developments, we work in a close relationship with an anti-piracy company. Through the help of this website, constant Google Search and infringement activities are being investigated. This comes under the program of Piracy Detection. The laws of DMCA are implemented on some of the major courses present on the site, and any piracy activity for these courses is being searched.

If in any case, you find the course of MWCedu on any other pirate website, you can fill this particular form and file a report against the same. It is important to fill in the information required in the form correctly.

These piracy sites work under illegal protocols and, hence are a bit difficult to take down and get shut completely. When notices sent to search websites are left un-responded, a report to Google is filed. This report aims to prompt Google Search to remove those URLs from the search engine that contain plagiarised material.

Any queries or information related to piracy and its handling can be written to us at piracy@mwcedu.com.

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