The following service provides advertisers with information about those web-sites to which the rights holders involved in service creation have claims.
The list of websites is formulated from complaints garnered in the preceding month, and is renewed during the first working week of each month.
This information is updated once a month, and considers issues that rights holders are having or have had with the websites, whether or not these issues were solved in the corresponding month. For newsletter subscribers, the updated list will be sent to the provided e-mail address.
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All questions on rights holders' issues with the websites should be addressed to the corresponding rights holders.
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May 2023 List
See the results of brands’ ads monitoring on the websites to which the rights holders have claims. Organized by the Ukrainian Anti-Piracy Association (UAPA)
Companies that take part in formulating the list of websites in this service, considering their complaints.
Who Can Join?
We invite rights holders to join with UAPA and the "Clear Sky" Anti-Piracy Initiative to recognize online sources that illegally use the intellectual property of rights holders and to report them to advertisers, advertising agencies, internet hosts, payment service providers, and all those concerned by the violation of intellectual property rights. Those who share the following principles that unite the like-minded people of this initiative can join us.
1. Commitment to intellectual property rights and to the right of a creator to obtain a fair reward for his or her work. Respect for sources and the efforts invested in the creation of work, and the understanding that the illegal monetization of the internet limits the development of the audio-visual sphere.
2. Readiness to fight firmly for the right to protect one’s product.
3. Participation in both internal work and external anti-piracy activity.
These concepts may be altered over the course of the initiative, and changes may occur in the social context or tasks of UAPA and Clear Sky.
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