UK firm Trackitdown has launched a new B2B service called Tid:Protect, aimed at labels looking to crack down on piracy of their albums and/or tracks. “By removing the source host of your content we can significantly reduce the availability of free links to download your valuable music and as such drive fans to legal paid-for alternatives,” explains the company, saying that pricing starts at £50. We wondered how this works, so followed up: apparently, the company traces links to infringing content, and then files takedown notices on behalf of its label customers, while providing full reports on which links have been taken down. More info:

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