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elementpz says

Hey ,
I was wondering what percent of your profits are you losing per month, from piracy, if you keep in track and how are you ‘fighting’ with it. Do you have anti-piracy department, do you transfer all warez and copyright issues to Envato’s support or you are ‘fighting’ on multiple fronts. The company I was working for a month ago had recently opened one. I’ve got a report from the last month with profits higher with 30-40% per week (they are not selling on Envato so they ‘fight’ on their own only). What is your position (spartans :) ). When I was selling as freelance a couple of years ago I was ‘fighting’ on my own, hiring people to help me sharing the percent of profits, that are higher than the last month plus bonuses.

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