Notice of Action Under Digital Millennium Copyright Act

By Eric Misterovich

Many individuals have been recently targeted by a notice of action under Digital Millennium Copyright Act issued by their Internet service provider. If you have been targeted by a notice of action under Digital Millennium Copyright Act, what should you do?

 

1. First, collect information. Identify whether you did, in fact, participate in the allegedly infringing activity. If you did, contact an attorney immediately so that you may mount an adequate legal defense;

 

2. Once information has been collected, identify whether you must take any action. If the notice of action requires you to take action, contact an attorney to determine how you may take that action without admitting liability or jeopardizing your rights;

 

3. Identify whether the allegedly infringing activity has ceased. If the notice of action under Digital Millennium Copyright Act concerns material downloaded through the bittorrent protocol, ensure that you have secured your Internet connection and stopped any unlawful copyright infringement; and

 

4. If the allegedly infringing activity listed in the notice of action under Digital Millennium Copyright Act did not occur, contact an attorney to determine whether a DMCA counter-notification is appropriate or whether you should object to the notice of action under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

 

If you have been targeted by a notice of action under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, contact a copyright infringement attorney at Revision Legal by calling 855-473-8474 or by completing the contact form at the right.

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