This article explains what you can do if you find your course on a pirate site and wish to report it to our anti-piracy vendor.
How Udemy protects your content
Udemy uses a proprietary player and attaches a Udemy watermark to all course videos. This is why, when you upload a video to Udemy, there is both uploading and "processing" time, because we are encoding your videos to make them difficult to steal.
- Learn more about how Udemy protects your content.
The Piracy Detection Program
For a motivated pirate, however, any content that appears on a computer screen is vulnerable to theft. This is an unavoidable problem across the industry.
As a result, Udemy works with an anti-piracy vendor who proactively monitors for infringements in an effort we call our "Piracy Detection Program.” We are dedicated to protecting your content.
How to submit a report to our anti-piracy vendor
In addition the proactive monitoring of the “Piracy Detection Program,” we can also help you bring down courses if you find a link you believe is infringing. If you find any instances of infringement, you can report it directly to our piracy vendor by filling out the third-party piracy reporting form. Upon receipt of your report, our piracy vendor will process your requests within approximately one week of submission and have the infringing links removed from major search engines to stop traffic going forward.
Still have questions?
If you would like to follow-up on your report or have any further questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Corsearch will not be able to respond to inquiries about this program.