Music streaming is on the rise. Thus, streaming services and record labels struggle to keep track of billions of streams occurring on a daily basis and pay the proper royalties to the music right holders.
Legitary provides a technical solution based on machine learning to audit streaming revenues and detect eventual fraud. We give you the ultimate tool to gain control over your streaming data and consequently, control over your royalties:
In cooperation with Vienna University of Technology we developed a new statistical method based on machine learning, to detect irregularities in streaming data.
Our method is patented, scientifically peer-reviewed and validated with real data from industry leaders. In an extensive simulation study the Legitary algorithm uncovered more than 92% of accounting fraud instances in royalty statements.
Peter is professor of Statistics at Vienna University of Technology with a research focus on robust statistics and high-dimensional data mining.
Nermina studied Technical Mathematics at Vienna University of Technology. Within the scope of her PhD she does research on fraud detection methods in streaming data.
Günter has over 20 years of experience in the music industry, running the digital music distribution company Rebeat GmbH and HD Vinyl.
As the world's most important music startup competition, Midemlab seeks out the most promising international startups developing new technologies that aim to reshape the music industry. Out of 177 submissions from 45 countries Legitary won the category Marketing & Data/Analytics.
Who we are
This website gives you an overview about Legitary. Our office is located in Vienna, Austria.
Which personal data do we collect and why
If you fill out a form on our website or if you contact us via e-mail, we use the data you have given us to answer your request. Data will be stored up to six months for further requests. We do not share this data with others without your prior permission.
Our websits use Google Analytics, a web analysis service from Google Inc. („Google“). Google Analytics uses so called „Cookies“, small text files, that are stored on your computer and which enables us to analyse the way you use our website. User information generated by cookies are in general transferred and stored on a Google server in the US. We have installed an IP-anonymization that shortens your IP address and allows only a rough localisation. Your full IP address is transferred to Google only in exceptional cases, where it will be shortend. Google will use this information on our behalf to
• analyse your usage of our website,
• generate a report about website activities and to
• provide us with other services related to website and internet usage.
Your transfered IP address is not merged with other Google data. You can prevent the usage of cookies in your browser settings. Please note that this can limit the functionality of our websites. Furthermore you can prevent the transfer and the analysis of cookie generated data (including your IP address) by Google. In order to do so, download a plugin from the following link (http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de) and install it in your browser. Alternativly you can prevent data collection from Google Analytics by clicking on the following link. An Opt-Out-Cookie is installed, that prevents future data collection when you visit our websites: deactivate Google Analytics Find more information about usage and data protection in regards to Google Analytics at http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html or at https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/.
In regards to your data collected and saved by us, you have the following rights: disclosure, correction, deletion, limitation, transfer, revocation and objection. If you believe that the usage of your data breaches current data protection laws or that your data protection rights are being violated, you can send a complaint either to us or the data protection authority.
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