Sureflix and Free Speech Coalition Address Piracy

TORONTO, Canada – Sureflix Digital Distribution President and CEO Eric Johnson and Diane Duke, Executive Director of the Free Speech Coalition, were guest speakers on a recent SiN 2.0 podcast that addressed the major problem of piracy in the adult entertainment industry.

Hosted by “J-Sin” and “GC," covered topics such as: When does a promotional clip move from marketing method to harmful material; legal and illegal “tubesite”models; the true size of the piracy problem in adult entertainment; how piracy also hurts webmasters and affiliates. The Podcast concluded with talk about strategies the industry can employ to help overcome the problem of piracy and the best practices to use in one's business.

“This podcast provided a great opportunity for J-Sin and GC to ask the questions that are on everyone’s mind," Johnson said.  “Piracy is something that affects every single person in this industry, and the more knowledge we have on this subject matter, the more effective we will be in our fight to end piracy.”

Duke also weighed in on the gravity of piracy in the adult and mainstream industries. 

"Many people do not understand the degree in which piracy hurts the entertainment industry as a whole," Duke said. "FSC and Sureflix have worked together to educate the adult entertainment industry on the initial steps necessary to protect content. This podcast has allowed us to expand our reach and educate consumers, a natural next step.”

Sureflix Digital Distribution is the owner and operator of For more information, please contact Dennis Welsh, VP of Marketing and Sales at[email protected]  or call (416) 907-7859 ext. 228 (EST)

The Free Speech Coalition was founded in 1991 as a result of numerous government attacks against producers and retailers of adult products.

SiN2.0, the Sex Information Network, is the first social news site dedicated to all things sex. The podcast can be listened to by downloading it to a personal media player or by streaming, using a Web browser from the SiN2.0 website. It can also be subscribed to by RSS feed or email at