Tech Advisor available re: Parliamentary Debate on Touts Monday 12 January 2015 PDF Print available to media this week for comment and for background briefings on how ticket touts actually obtain tickets for events MEDIA ADVISORY 12 January 2015 Leading industry consultant is available for press briefings on how technology is utilised by ticket touts, in light of parliamentary debate on Secondary Ticketing Market. BACKGROUND: Ministers in the House of Commons today (12 January 2015) will be debating the Consumer Rights Bill, which makes provisions to amend the law relating to the rights of consumers and protection of their interests. One particular aspect of the bill has garnered attention recently thanks to an open letter signed by over 80 representatives of the music, sport and entertainment industries. Together they urged the Government to support amendments to the bill which would stop the “unscrupulous” secondary ticketing industry which they believe is ripping off fans and the stars. WHO: Martin Zetterlund, Founding Partner of ScrapeSentry. WHAT: Martin is available to media this week for comment and for background briefings on how ticket touts actually obtain tickets for events and how technology can be used to stop this. HOW: Please contact Mo Murphy, +44 7771 557800 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a call with Martin ABOUT: ScrapeSentry (www.scrapesentry.com) was the world’s first solution designed to counter malicious scraping and bad bots on web sites. Martin Zetterlund founded the company in 2006 and the worldwide ScrapeSentry team he has built up now works with global organisations to protect their online reputations and business. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Folliard in the following categories: Entertainment & Arts, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.