How does Onregistry provide protection?

How does Onregistry provide protection?

Onregistry is the world's first platform to enable independent, direct self-management of copyrights.

 

We provide the creative community intellectual property management using hybrid media recognition and computer vision. Protection begins the moment works are registered in our system. Our web crawlers perform millions of searches over the entire web identifying use of unlicensed work against those registered. We don’t just discover copyright violations. We’re able to take the necessary steps to claim compensation for the commercial use of the work on behalf of the rights holder.

 

Cryptographic Registration

 

Each work registered includes a cryptographic certificate recorded on the Bitcoin blockchain, providing a permanent immutable record worldwide. Registering your work can help authenticate the legal rights holder and provide court-admissible evidence in case of license misuse, or copyright infringement. For authors, this means proof of authorship with a strong irrefutable registration by technological means: deposit of the work, recording of multiple fingerprints and double redundant time stamping. It equally provides the public and licensees up-to-date information about a specific copyrighted work, the date in which it was registered, the author/rights holder as well any revision to a work’s licensing terms.

 

Web Monitoring

 

Our web crawlers perform millions of searches over the entire web. When a copyright violation is discovered, it is fully documented by our in-house licensing team. Each incident is reported to the work’s registered author/rights holder. The team then takes the necessary steps to claim compensation for the commercial use of the work on behalf of the rights holder. Licensing personnel are supervised at all times by an in-house legal team. We maintain an alliance with a global network of law firms in order to facilitate cases in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific.

 

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Revised March 1, 2017

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