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Brief answers to questions concerning copyright in general. Why did the Office issue this rule? Under section 512 of title 17, the Office is required to maintain a “current directory” of agents that have been designated by service providers to receive notifications of claimed infringement.
For more detailed information about how you can protect your website from liability for content your users submit by taking advantage of the DMCA safe harbors, click here.This is a basic guide on the registration process for the DMCA safe harbor. Of course, in addition to registering you must take a number of affirmative steps (terminating repeat infringers, responding to takedown notice) that ...
The distinction may seem small, but it may represent how the general public regards copyright on the internet. Instead of avoiding infringement and respecting copyright, the concept of the "DMCA License" is that you don't have to respect copyright. Do what you like, and at the worst the copyright owner might force your ISP to remove the material.
It must have certain information in it, or it will not be legally valid under the DMCA. If it’s not legally valid, the ISP can ignore it. Your DMCA notice needs six things: 1. A clear description of your work, so they know what copyright is being infringed. 2. A clear description of what part of the website infringes your copyright.
knowing, or, with respect to civil remedies under section 1203, having reasonable grounds to know, that it will induce, enable, facilitate, or conceal an infringement of any right under this title.