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McAfee’s patent covers a system for detecting and blocking a user’s attempts to download copyright-infringing material, but could it give pirates an excuse for their actions? Security specialist McAfee, best known for its range of anti-virus software, is branching out into the anti-piracy game, according to a patent filed by the company back in October last year and published late last week.Spottedy by file sharing news site TorrentFreak, the patent – WO2013055564A1 – describes a system to ‘detect and prevent illegal consumption of content on the internet.’ To put it another way: it’s a blacklisting system that aims to prevent users from downloading hooky software, music and films from file sharing sites.The system, McAfee’s Davoud Maha explains in the patent, aims at ‘preventing (or at least deterring) a user from inadvertently or directly consuming illegal content on the internet.’ Acting as an extension of the company’s existing SiteAdvisor system, which warns users if they’re visiting a site that hosts malicious software or has been reported as a ‘phishing’ site, the system can take several steps if it detects apparently-unauthorised content: it can simply warn the user; it can block access to the site entirely; or – and it’s here that the system’s target audience becomes somewhat clearer – it can block the site while redirecting the user to an alternative source, such as a pay-to-download service hosting an authorised copy of the works.According to McAfee, the system holds benefits to consumers as well as rightsholders – in particular by preventing ‘accidental’ download of unauthorised content that could result in expensive litigation should the rightsholder decide to pursue the user for infringement.