Meta is reinforcing its commitment to brand protection with a substantial upgrade to its Brand Rights Protection Manager tool. Equipped with new AI-powered features, this enhancement ensures a more comprehensive shield for your products.
The revamped Brand Rights Manager leverages Meta's latest AI and machine learning capabilities to deliver higher-quality matches based on brands' historical usage of Brand Rights Protection. This system allows users to upload reference images, enabling Meta's AI to detect duplicates. The update streamlines the discovery process, introducing saved searches and broader-reaching search parameters.
Moreover, Meta is expanding the reference image limit from 50 to 200, enabling a more extensive range of variations for the system to cross-check. The Rights Manager platform is also growing to offer broader blocking of violating content and image ownership tagging, granting copyright holders greater control.
In tandem, the new Intellectual Property Reporting Center acts as a central database for IP reports, enhancing the tracking process. This feature streamlines reporting through Meta's IP forms, saving relevant account information and consolidating reporting history in one accessible place. Multiple users under the same Business Manager account can now view reporting history for the entire business.
To further assist businesses, Meta introduces a Protecting Businesses section on its Meta for Business website, offering notes and guides to develop an effective brand protection strategy.
This expansion of Meta's IP monitoring tools serves as a crucial defense against questionable resellers and rip-off merchants on Facebook and Instagram. As counterfeit activities pose a threat to brand reputation, Meta's proactive measures, including AI-enhanced detection and comprehensive reporting, provide businesses with valuable tools to manage their content effectively.