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Rightscorp Receives Approval to Represent More Than 13,000 Copyrights from Blue Pie Records
08 Apr 2014

Santa Monica, Calif. – March 31, 2014 – Rightscorp (OTCQB: RIHT), the leading provider of monetization services for artists and holders of copyrighted Intellectual Property (IP), announced that is has received the rights to represent more than 13,000 copyrights from Blue Pie Productions, one of the world’s leading independent labels, publishers, and distributors.

 “We are honored to secure this representation agreement with Blue Pie Productions,” said Christopher Sabec, CEO of Rightscorp. “Being acknowledged by a well-respected international label is meaningful as it demonstrates the value of our services to monitor and protect artists against copyright infringements. Global recorded music sales have suffered approximately $1.5 billion annually due to piracy which is why we are focused on helping content owners track and monetize their assets.”

 The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) states that since peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing emerged in 1999, music sales in the U.S. have dropped 53%, from $14.6 billion to $7.0 billion in 2012. According to the RIAA, approximately 30 billion songs were illegally downloaded on file-sharing networks between 2004 and 2009.

About Rightscorp, Inc.

Rightscorp (OTCQB: RIHT) is a leading provider of monetization services for artists and holders of copyrighted Intellectual Property (IP). The Company’s patent pending digital loss prevention technology focuses on the infringement of digital content such as music, movies, books, software, and games and ensures that owners and creators are rightfully paid for their IP.  Rightscorp implements existing laws to solve copyright infringements by collecting payments from illegal file sharing activities via notifications sent through Internet Service Providers (ISPs).  The Company’s technology identifies copyright infringers, who are offered a reasonable settlement option when compared to the legal liability defined in the Digital Millennium Copyrights Act (DMCA). Based on the fact that 24% of all Internet traffic is used to distribute copyrighted content without permission or compensation to the creators, Rightscorp is pursuing an estimated $2.3 billion opportunity and has monetized major media titles through relationships with industry leaders.

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