Learn about how to respond to a site posting your copyrighted work without permission.
- [Instructor] The next response method…is a DMCA response letter.…This type of response was created by…The Digital Millennial Copyright Act which is also…referred to as the DMCA.…So it's the official format for…responding to infringers online.…A DMCA response letter contains six pieces of information…that an individual or company has to…legally respond to and act upon.…
So let's review those.…The first piece of information that needs to be included…in a DMCA response letter is…a physical or electronic signature.…The second piece is to identify the copyrighted work.…The third is to identify the copyright infringement.…The fourth is to provide the copyright owners…contact information.…The fifth is a good faith statement that you created…and own the artwork in question.…
And the sixth is a statement that the information…you've provided above is all accurate.…Now I personally add a seventh piece of information on mine…and that request notification of infringement.…What I mean by this is…I ask the infringer to notify…
- What's a copyright?
- What can you copyright?
- Registering a copyright
- How long does a copyright last?
- What's derivative work?
- Responding to infringement
- When to contact a lawyer
- Common copyright misconceptions
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Copyright for Photographerswith Carolyn E. Wright50m 54s Appropriate for all
Understanding Copyright: A Deeper Divewith Dana Robinson1h 12m Appropriate for all
1. What Is Copyright?
2. Copyright Registration
3. Copyright Infringers
4. Responding to Infringement
5. Common Copyright Misconceptions
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