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The DMCA Process (Infographic)

Rollie Hawk Rollie Hawk writes  |  more than 2 years ago

Rollie Hawk (831376) writes "In the wake of possibly the largest online protests in Internet history over SOPA and PIPA, copyright on the Internet remains no small topic on the public’s collective Internet-linked mind. Amidst this controversy, it became quite clear that the average person possesses an incomplete or even total lack of understanding in what typically happens when claims of online copyright infringement are made in the United States.
As a web hosting provider, we see no shortage of DMCA notices for content appearing on our clients’ sites. With this in mind, we felt it only fitting to be the ones to create the following flowchart that shows, in no uncertain terms, exactly what happens when a copyright claim is made under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)."

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