What is a DMCA?
DMCA stands for Digital Millennium Copyright Act. It is a U.S. copyright law. It addresses the rights and obligations of owners of copyrighted material who believe their rights under U.S. copyright law have been infringed, particularly but not limited to the Internet. It also addresses the rights and obligations of OSP/ISP (Internet Service Providers) on whose servers or networks the infringing material may be found. For more information you can visit: Website
Note: Even though they are Copyright Law in the USA, their service is NOT exclusive to the US only. They have worked with web hosting or internet Copyright or Intellectual Property Copyright processes within most countries throughout the world. Their takedown contacts are in all the major hosting countries.
Can I sue the website for Copyright Damages?
Yes we can. We have Attorneys that can claim damages for Copyright infringement. DMCA.com is strictly a takedown site. Meaning, they remove our copyrighted materials from illegal use on other websites.
What are examples of Copyright infringement?
-If you come to our website, and copy or rip any of our Videos without permission.
-If you copy or screencast any of our Videos. MP3s, Testimonials, or Case Studies from our website or YouTube Channel without permission, that is a violation.
-Basically, if you copy and/or duplicate ANY of our content without express permission, and use it on your website or blog to promote yourself, it is a violation of our Site Use Terms. And, we will follow up with legal action, which may result legal fees and compensation.
IMPORTANT: When you copy someone else’s Content, Videos, or MP3s, Google and the other major search engines will automatically know that you were NOT the original author based on the time the content was first “Crawled, Indexed, and Cached” in their database, and will down rank your site automatically. Your website or blog may also get flagged by Google for Plagiarism, so you run the risk of becoming “De-listed”, which means your site will disappear from their search listings without warning. Once this happens, it will take months or years for you to have your site “Reinstated” provided you follow Google’s Best Practices, and replace all stolen content with yours.