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Internet Piracy – Is there a Solution?

This week on Technology Today, we will be joined by the Web Sheriff, John Giacobbi, the world’s leading music and movie piracy specialist, who share his insight into the state of Internet – piracy today and what the future holds for securing digital data.

We also cover the CES on the Hill event, which took place last week. CES on the Hill is a smaller version of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January designed to showcase new technologies and products to US legislators.

Join us! On Thursday at 4pm Eastern right here.

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May 18, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. A word about our guest, Web Sheriff founder John Giacobbi:

    Web Sheriff Founder John Giacobbi is long renowned as the leading anti-piracy specialist in the music industry. A former music attorney and industry consultant, Giacobbi realized early on there was no way to control artists’ rights on the web. “People used to call the Internet the “new Wild West,” he explains. “So we thought, who best to ride into town to sort it out than the Web Sheriff?”

    Since then artists ranging from BOB DYLAN and VAN MORRISON to PRINCE to VAMPIRE WEEKEND and ADELE have relied on The Web Sheriff to protect copyrights and engage illegal-file-uploading music fans directly “to turn the perceived negative of anti-piracy to the
    positive function of viral marketing.”

    Comment by techtodayradio | May 18, 2011 | Reply

  2. As always, tune into Technology Today on Thursday at 4pm Eastern on the VoiceAmerica Business network.

    And join the discussion on Twitter at @techtodayradio, by text to 240-731-0756, by e-mail to agupta@technologytodayradio.com, on our blog or by wall post on our facebook fan page.

    Or call us at 866-472-5790 with your Internet piracy and consumer tech questions and comments.

    Comment by techtodayradio | May 18, 2011 | Reply


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