May 2015

Talking Big Data and brand protection

Extract 2015   Awesome data stories worth sharingAudioLock ambassador Jules O’Riordan (aka Judge Jules) and CEO Ben Rush will be speaking at the Big Data conference Extract 2015 (29th May) talking about the practical uses in business for big data processing. They will guide you through a common scenario for media companies who wish to protect thier brand and assets in such a connected world.

With Jules’ position at Sheridans law he will connect the the legal steps with the technical solutions proposed by Ben into a real world solution to efficiently tackle a scenario often seen by big brands. If you wish to attend get in touch for a discount pass.

International Music Summit 2015

International Music Summit 2015AudioLock will again be attending IMS in Ibiza for the 4th year running. Several of the team will be there for the full duration of the conference so if you are going to be there drop us a line to meet for a cerveza!

Our CEO Ben Rush will be presenting at 12.40 day 1 a fantastic new service alongside Dubset and AFEM after the keynote speech from SFX. This announcement will be great news for any content owner whoes music is used in djmixes available online. A full schedule of the event can be found here

If you wish to arrange to meet during IMS please email For all press enquiries please email


MPA partners with AudioLock

This new collaboration will enable new and existing MPA (Music Publishers Association) members to use AudioLock’s online anti-piracy toolkit to protect a maximum of 15 high priority tracks and 30 back catalogue tracks.

MPA members will also receive 100 secure watermarked delivery credits for a period of two months, enabling them to send secure and traceable promos.

AudioLock founder and CEO, Ben Rush, said: “Our new collaboration with the MPA forms a key part of our existing educational program, using events, talks and AudioLock Ambassadors, like Judge Jules, to help rights holders protect and keep track of their intellectual property.

“We feel that supporting trade bodies like the MPA is a significant step to curtailing infringement, and we look forward to showing publishers how our technology can help their business.”

Sarah Osborn, CEO of the MPA, added: “As with any sector of the industry, online infringement is a recurring headache for MPA members, the vast majority of whom are SMEs – eating up publishers’ valuable resources, hitting revenues and distracting them from the business of licensing music.

“We anticipate that our partnership with AudioLock will help alleviate this burden, and we anticipate positive results over coming months.