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Copyright Infringement Monitoring

Consistently scour the web for pirated or copied content on a large scale to exercise the copyright law.

Oxylabs' solutions will help you:

Find copyright infringements globally

Speed up and scale up projects

Gather necessary evidence

Sweep e-commerce sites with E-Commerce Scraper API

Lead your own global copyright infringement monitoring operations to protect your brand with the help of a dedicated scraper for e-commerce websites.

Get accurate data from major e-commerce sites

Retrieve real-time and highly-localized public product data from most e-commerce sites, including the largest marketplaces, such as Amazon, eBay, Google Shopping, and more.

Easily scrape various e-commerce page types

Our E-Commerce Scraper API is designed to retrieve public data from specific page types of major e-commerce sites, including search, product, pricing, sellers, reviews, and other page types.

Crawl sites in bulk to find and index URLs

Web Crawler feature lets you crawl any e-commerce website to discover and index all or specific URLs on a domain. Use this data to deepen and enhance your copyright infringement monitoring.

Perform rapid and large-scale monitoring

Monitor copyright infringement of intellectual property in real-time. Access a vast proxy pool and scraping solutions that perform fast and without interruptions.

Scrape text and take screenshots of any target

Easily extract public data from JavaScript-heavy websites, save textual data, and take screenshots to get all the evidence you need.

Frequently asked questions

What is considered copyright infringement?

Copyright infringement is when someone uses the protected work of a copyright owner without permission or legal authority. This includes reproduction, distribution, display, or creation of a derivative work.

What are the 3 criteria of copyright infringement?

A copyright infringement is considered valid when it ticks off all three points below:

  • Ownership of a valid copyright

  • Indisputable evidence that copyrighted materials from an original work were copied

  • Lack of exclusive rights to use the copyrighted work

What is the most common copyright infringement?

The most common form of copyright infringement is the copying and distribution of digital media, such as software, movies, and music. This frequently takes place through peer-to-peer file-sharing platforms, where users can upload and download copyrighted content without the authorization of the copyright owner.

Is copyright infringement illegal?

Yes, infringing the rights set by the copyright law is illegal and can lead to civil and criminal penalties. Though, the copyright law differs from country to country. 

For instance, in the United States, under the federal law, a copyright holder can seek damages for copyright infringement in civil court, including actual damages, statutory damages, court fees, and attorney fees. Furthermore, the infringer can be tried in a criminal court when it is apparent the copyright infringement of intellectual property was wilful and for commercial or monetary gain. Eventually, this can lead to imprisonment and fines.

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