Sending a DMCA Takedown Notice6:45 with Wilt Chaimberlain
When someone has stolen or misused your work online and all other communication attempts have failed, sending a DMCA takedown notice might be the step you want to take next.
DMCA stands for Digital Millenium Copyright Act. You can read the whole text of the law online at the Library of Congress.
Here's a sample of what a DMCA notice should look like.
Look up where to send DMCA notices United States Copyright Office's Directory of Service Provider Agents for Notification of Claims of Infringement.
Be wary of services that ask you to pay them to send DMCA notices for you. The DMCA is a law, not a government office or organization. You do what you want with your money, but sending a DMCA notice yourself is easy and can usually be done online for free.
And don't forget, the information in this video series is for educational purposes only. If you have any questions about your specific situation, contact a lawyer.
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