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DCMA complaint question


I pretty much know how to go about filing a DMCA complaint, but there remains one burning question. When you file a DMCA complaint, I've been told that you need to provide information such as your real name, email address and some even claim you must give your street address. Is this personally identifying information archived at a site such as chillingeffects.org, and displayed publicly for all to see, or is it kept private?

 

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Mary Hyatt (mary615) says

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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 4 years ago

    The salient fact in these 3 matters is that they were obviously not opposed. Almost nothing is necessary if no one cares to question it. So this is absolutely correct, if nobody cares.

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    Ashok Goyal (wqaindia) 4 years ago

    Sir, Your answer has put many questions coming to my mind at rest as I have taken to writing Hubs after my retirement and with my real Google profile as I believe in Speak Truth and Forget.


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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 4 years ago

    Sparkster that is correct as far as whois databases are concerned. Only a minor can have someone act for them in this manner. Even then they are identified If you want to enforce your rights you are going to have to acknowledge who you are. PO bx.


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Tammy (tlpoague) says

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    Mary Hyatt (mary615) 4 years ago

    I went to this Blogger's comment section and politely asked him to remove my content. I waited 3 days, they were still there. He had copied my entire Hubs right down to the family photographs I had included. Then I filed the complaints.


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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 4 years ago

    the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

    The portion that is being discussed here is just the notification process and not a formal complaint in Federal Court or the Office of copyrights.

    This part just deals with quick remedies in the digital realm.


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Gary R. Smith (Emanate Presence) says

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