Stand against Piracy

Stand against Piracy

My views on piracy have changed over the years from “a little bit of piracy is a good thing – it’s free advertising” to “it’s imperative to submit a DMCA for all illegally shared videos”. In this blog post I will be going into further detail on the topic of piracy and how you can help me combat it. A customizable DMCA, links, and more is included for the convenience of fellow content creators.

How you can help combat piracy

– If you see something, say something. Email links or any kind of helpful information you have to [email protected] or the respective producer. Be helpful in this way, even once, and know that it will be appreciated.

– Piracy is unfortunately very common and I don’t blame you for clicking on that oh so tempting video to check it out. If this happened and you enjoyed the video then kindly consider purchasing it at my store. Not only do you get forever downloads, but almost every video going several years back is streamable from your device. All you have to do is log in to enjoy it and you can redownload it anytime you need to. iPhone users purchase from my c4s store. Follow this and know that I forgive you and thank you for supporting my work.

– If you have uploaded any of my pay content then please take it down immediately. Even if it’s on a “private” playlist somewhere online. It’s best to remove it because if it’s found then it’ll be treated as piracy.

– If you see it on YouTube then you can select the three dots below the video and report it as sexual content. They’ll probably take it down. Thankfully my videos are quickly banned on there anyway, without any effort on my part, since even non-nude adult content is against their ToS.

Content takedown tips for producer’s + customizable DMCA

Lots of pirates bios on PH state something like no video = no add. In other words, the pirate won’t friend the other user unless they upload smut that they most likely don’t own either. This effectively promotes piracy conduct which is something we obviously don’t want, especially with new videos. So, what should we do about this?

Well, if you see content of yours that you’re considering letting slide for publicity, I highly recommend submitting a DMCA to get it taken down and then create your own account and upload a few of your videos for free. This will achieve the same goal of getting some of your content on PH for promotion (or whatever site you’d like), but truly to your benefit and not to a pirate’s. Take pleasure in knowing that each DMCA you submit is one strike against a PH pirate’s account… or it may be the final strike needed for their account to be banned. 

Other suggestions? Yes, I have more – if you find a video of yours on PH then click on the name of the user who uploaded the video. This will bring you to their profile where you can see a screenshot to each of their other private videos without being friends with them, public videos, playlists, previously viewed videos, favorites, friends, and whatever else that’s visible on the pirate’s profile. Snoop around for a successful method to finding more links to your work to include in your DMCA. You can include as many links as you want in a single DMCA to PH. It’s also helpful to bookmark any and all offenders so you can check back again later for anything new.

Below is a dmca for PH and additional info for how to customize it. Note that it typically takes up to 3 days for them to remove the infringing content. (I can’t imagine how many DMCAs they deal with on a daily basis, it’s especially slower on weekends.)


Submit your PH DMCA to: [email protected]

Subject: ** DMCA NOTICE **

I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this notification is accurate and that I, Enter your DBA name here, am the copyright owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.

I have a *good faith belief* that the use of the content in question below is unauthorized by law for use by “Pornhub” or their agents and therefore infringes the copyright owner’s rights. I hereby demand that you act expeditiously to remove or disable access to the material or items claimed to be infringing below. Legal action will be taken if this infringed material is not removed. 

Links to infringed material: 


This material can ONLY be purchased from: 

Enter your store URL here


Please remove this infringing material immediately. Thank you.

Your DBA (do not use your real name, ph lists the name of who sent the dmca in replace of the video)

Your business address (Use a small business post office in some other nearby city than your own to obtain a business address that looks like a street address. Then you can use this address anywhere you want – domain registrar info, amazon wish list, use for fans to send you stuff, etc) Avoid going with USPS as they will only give you a PO Box address which you can’t use for some stuff and they’ll charge you to receive packages from other shipping companies.)

Your business phone number (You can get a free number through google voice and then enjoy making a silly business voicemail for a number you never use)

Your business email address


Feel free to customize the above DMCA for any other site by swapping out “Pornhub” in this sentence above: “I have a *good faith belief* that the use of the content in question below is unauthorized by law for use by “Pornhub” or their agents and therefore infringes the copyright owner’s rights”.

Copyright infringement forums and info in alphabetical order

Daily Motion
Google Drive – Right click on the video/content, select “Report abuse”, and follow steps
Youtube perhaps not even worth taking your time to get it taken down because they’re very active on removing adult related content on their own. However I do find it super easy to remove my content from YT – after proving my business’ identity many years ago I can essentially delete them myself. You can potentially gain the same access via their copyright management tools here.

Also be sure to see the last paragraph of this blog post ;)

If you choose to illegally share my videos… 

This may be useless for me to describe, but imagine putting your hard work, creativity, imagination, and sexuality into making a video and then it gets shared for free when it’s how you make a living. Also to bring attention to the money that goes into every video – the monthly subscription to creative cloud editing softwares, mani & pedi every 3-4 weeks, props & set supplies, wardrobe, lights & video equipment. And if it’s a model I’ve paid her $100+/hr rate to make that video.

From the start of September and here out I’ve become very active in removing illegally shared content. And I mean, active unlike ever before. I will DMCA every video I find. So, if you want to get your account banned fast, I can guarantee you that uploading my videos will get you there. Not only that, but my process also includes doing any and all research possible to reveal who you are so I can permanently ban you. I also report proof to C4S who bans customers who uploaded their purchased content on PH or some other site or charge back an order.

What triggered this is when someone uploaded a video shortly after it was released. Caught the idiot and permanently banned him.

To wrap this up 

I’d like to benefit the blacklists of fellow producers by sharing the censored emails of those who’ve illegally shared my content and/or charged back an order. My goal is to make it harder for pirates and fraudulent customers to scam or illegally share new content of yours as well. The list will be kept up to date right here, in one easy place to come back to for your referencing and blacklisting purposes. Simply bookmark this page and check back once every few months to see if anything new has been added to the list. I’m currently digging through years of records to get the information in one place. You’ll be able to find it at the bottom of this blog post before the end of the month.

Click here to download my blacklist (last updated 10/01/2019)

January 8th 2020 update for fellow fetish video producers: As another method of combating piracy and getting PH accounts taken down I’d like to link you to any piracy I come across of yours on the pages I end up on when I find my own videos.  I’ve come to the realization that producers helping each other out in this way will help get a pirate’s page taken down faster with more DMCAs coming against it. If you’d like to join me or simply want links to you clips then simply give me a follow on Twitter so I can privately DM them to you when/if I come across anything. You can RT this topic if you’d like to spread awareness. If you’re interested in doing the same feel free to @ me as I’d like to follow you if I’m not already and won’t want to miss it! Must say that getting links from fans over the past several months has been incredibly helpful in getting new clips taken down ASAP since I only scour PH once per week and each additional day can hugely impact sales of a new clip.

Thanks for reading!


The Shrunken Perspective

4 Responses and Counting...

  1. Snacksizeollie

    Thanks for the post Katelyn it was really useful! it’s never previously been clear to me how I report vids on PH. I’ll be on the look out.

  2. Gregory A V...

    i’m always on the look out
    no one should ever disrespect the Great one ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Akasha

    I will make it a part of my routine to search for my own material monthly, and if I see any of yours anywhere I will email or tweet you xx

  4. Unreasonabl...

    I have custom ordered 3-4 videos from you in the past, and I have to say I cannot imagine how you feel seeing your work being reproduced/shared illegally.

    As someone who writes on occasion in other fields, I have to say that it pains me to a certain extent as well – because I have carefully and meticulously revealed my innermost thoughts and desires to someone one I can trust in order for this process to work. Your professionalism and pride show in every aspect of said work. You have gone above and beyond my expectations every time I have made a request – and it is worth every penny in my personal opinion! I feel if I can go through the expense of making my dreams into reality, the least people can do is respect the artist for the work they do and compensate them appropriately. The cost of a video or clip is a fraction of the cost of production – people should be mindful of that.

    Seeing one’s personal and very specific fantasies being pirated substantially impacts not only on the content creator financially, but on the person who spent a considerable time bearing a very private part of themselves emotionally. I wish I could adequately describe the extent that it impacts me – perhaps I will do so when time permits at a later date. But it evokes very mixed and complex feelings.

    I will not hesitate to inform you if I ever see your work pirated. If I hadn’t said it before – thank you so much for all your hard work! It is greatly appreciated.

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