Currently in 2015, what is the latest regulation on sending DMCAs to Google versus site webmaster?
It is so difficult to get a response from webmasters or to even get into some sites.
You should send the DMCA to the hosting company of the domain that has violated your copyright. Most of them have copyright policies posted on their sites, along with the address to file complaints.
Don't waste your time trying to contact the webmaster, or site owner. They copied your content. Why would they respond to a complaint? Going to their hosting company gives you leverage, because if the content isn't removed, the host can shut their site down.
by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
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