In the last six months, you told us you wanted to give more people access to the tools and information available through the MUSO dashboard. We’re now excited to release multiple users, meaning you can work more effectively with your team and those that care about your content.
This means each user granted access will sign-in using their own email address and password, rather than sharing logins.
This feature is only available to managed customers, and to add more users you’ll need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Everyone in a team can sign-in with their email to collaborate
– Team members can be distributed across locations and companies
– You decide who gets access to which titles
– Enterprise customers only: Review and authorise your team’s submitted infringements
As part of this change, we’re also releasing a new login page, and your password may need to change. We’ll email you more details in the coming weeks and be on hand to resolve any issues that may arise.
Looking ahead, we’ll be communicating more planned improvements to our products. If you would like to be involved with surveys or prototype testing, please let us know!
The content protection industry has long struggled with proving value of its services.
In short, it is challenging to draw a clear line between content removal and revenue
MUSO's approach to content protection is grounded in the company’s industry leading database of piracy sites, and our understanding of the audiences that visit them. It is underpinned by the fact that not all illegally hosted content is equally popular meaning some content removals are more impactful than others.
To better measure the impact of anti-piracy, MUSO have developed three metrics.
- Removal impact score
- Visits disrupted
- Users displaced
In our white paper: Measuring ROI in Content Protection, we reveal how these three metrics can answer the question: How valuable is anti-piracy?
MUSO collects data from billions of piracy infringements every day to help entertainment companies and rights owners see a bigger picture. With an unrivalled data platform, digital content database covering 196 countries, millions of measured devices and billions of piracy pages continuously tracked, MUSO empowers entertainment companies and rights holders to win against digital piracy. Clients can easily discover the total extent of piracy using a unique data set and build better intelligence to protect their digital content more effectively, as well as connect with audiences to unlock new revenue streams.