In my last post titled, “Copyright Trolls and Their Sinister Ways”, I made reference to a copyright protection podcast called, “Copyright and Intellectual Property”, which provided genuine insights into copyright trolling and a hands-on illustration of a copyright troll enterprise.
The podcast was founded by Jason Tucker who is based in the U.S.
I am not going get into a lot of detail about Jason’s background except to say that although Jason is not an attorney, he is an experienced copyright pirate-hunter and authority on the subject, as well as a terrific communicator.
I urge you to listen to his podcast if you want to learn more about how copyright pirate-hunters track pirates and hold them accountable–and more.
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