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Re: DMCA Violation?
On Thu, 8 May 2003, Roy wrote: > > This is the best information I have seen and its exactly what we do. > > Even if the note doesn't exactly match the DMCA requirements, I think > there is all ready a ruling in a lower court that says some were close > enough > > Also, if you simply blow off the notice, you can become liable since you > didn't follow the intent of the DMCA to remove copyrighted material. IIRC, they have to provide you with a written (and hence legal) copy of the notice if you request it. It's my understanding that many places are doing this to all "notices" they get. Since they never get a written reply in return it's assumed that the email was fraudulent and they ignore it. It works for them. If I can find that discussion, I'll provide the link. Justin