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People posting Stolen Audios

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Hello,

I am creating this thread because I can't seem to find a legit means of reporting whoever is doing this. But someone here is stealing Pateron Audios from a friend of mine and posting them here without permission. I know that That might not seem like a big deal to some people, but my friend is a vocal artist/voice actor/whatever you want to call it. She works hard to create her content, and stealing it when there is already access to it for free on Youtube is just plain wrong.

Have some respect people. If there is anyone that can direct me to someone in charge I would be greatly obliged.
Thank you.

If it's already free on YouTube, then how can this be considered stealing?

The purpose of this page is supposed to "steal" things from Patreon, I don't know what I expected

>>89394
There's no way to stop this, unfortunately. The best case situation for your friend is to find a group of other victims of this and commit to filing and abuse complaint with cloudflare (who shelters this site).

https://www.cloudflare.com/abuse/

I would suggest that each effected creator report every individual audio file/clip stolen individually (a separate complaint for each), with a note that you will be reporting again in a week's time if not resolved.
If you have enough people and enough individual content, you'll be able to 1) get cloudflare's attention, or 2) get the attention of yiff.party's concealed hosting provider, who will eventually either choose to cut ties with yiff party or force the site to remove the abusive content.
Just forward it to the web hosting provider (you don't need to forward it to the web owner, since he has doxxed people in the past who dmca-ed him).

Well, people have being requesting her page to be updated for a while now, so it should be expected to see her audios here

>>89406
Quiet you.

>>89394
There's no way to stop this, unfortunately. The best case situation for your friend is to find a group of other victims of this and commit to filing and abuse complaint with cloudflare (who shelters this site).

https://www.cloudflare.com/abuse/

I would suggest that each effected creator report every individual audio file/clip stolen individually (a separate complaint for each), with a note that you will be reporting again in a week's time if not resolved.
If you have enough people and enough individual content, you'll be able to 1) get cloudflare's attention, or 2) get the attention of yiff.party's concealed hosting provider, who will eventually either choose to cut ties with yiff party or force the site to remove the abusive content.
Just forward it to the web hosting provider (you don't need to forward it to the web owner, since he has doxxed people in the past who dmca-ed him).

Just start posting some really nasty scat porn on your patreon (in a hidden tier) and uploading it here. It should get taken down pretty quick.

That works too, although it's easier to just "update" the entry yourself, then edit the post later, leaving trash on here, and content on there. you don't want to end up getting taken down for scat porn.

Oh, that was certainly part of the idea. Obviously once the content is on here, you remove it from your own site. If its hidden from your patrons on an excluded tier no one can join than there's no one to report you. Upload all the gross content to here, flag it and it will get taken down within the day.

>>89394
>stolen

>>89394
Lmao. Must suck to suck but your small ass aint getting it taken off.

Kat sorry but that is the whole point of this site there is nothing you can do but you might wanna tell her about someone who was uploading them on SoundCloud instead where you can actually stop that since it’s more mainstream. I saw it when looking for asmr but I kinda don’t like BNHA .

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>>89406
Cloudflare only acts in some very rare cases under very special circumstances. Or do you think large orgs like MPA or RIAA didn't already try to make them kick the huge warez sites? ;D

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