How to Issue a DMCA Takedown Notice (Or Handle Your Own) (2022)

When it comes to writing and publishing content on the web, “copying” is not something to be taken lightly. You can’t go around stealing or copy/pasting other people’s images or content and using it as your own. Some instances of this might be OK, but you must either get permission or give proper attribution.

It can also be frustrating when you’re on the receiving end. You’ve worked hard on a piece of content or creating a beautiful image, and then someone uses it without your permission. 😠 This is why the DMCA exists. Today we’ll dive into how to properly handle a DMCA complaint against yourself as well as how to create a DMCA takedown notice.

What is the DMCA?

The DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) is a United States copyright law focused on digital mediums that helps content owners get their stolen content removed in a fast and efficient manner. This extends to places such as Internet Service Providers (ISP), web hosting providers, and search engines.

A DMCA takedown notice applies to where the content is physically hosted. So people outside the US can still file DMCA complaints. For content hosted outside of the US, many hosting providers will still honor DMCA complaints, however, legally they are not obliged to comply.

One thing website owners tend to forget is that a DMCA takedown doesn’t require the content to be copyrighted in order to process the takedown orfor the request to have the content taken down acted upon by the website owner or ISP.

Here are some examples of digital content that this applies to:

  • Text(TXT, RTF, DOC, DOCx, PDF, PPT, etc.)
  • Images(BMP, EPS, SVG, JPG, JPEG, GIF, WEBP, PNG, PSD, RAW, TIFF, etc. This includes on social media)
  • Video(MPG, AVI, RM, MOV, Quicktime, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer)
  • Music(AIF, AU, MP3, MP4, MID, WAV, etc. )

Over the last decade, it has become very important for bloggers, webmasters, and hosts to understand how the DMCA procedure works so that everyone can keep their content protected; as well as knowing how to deal with complaints or notices when they arrive. According to Google’s transparency report, requests to remove content due to copyright have been increasing rapidly.

As over March 2019, URLs requested to be removed due to copyright issues has surpassed 4 billion!

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What Does DMCA Protected Mean?

You might see the term or phrase “DMCA protected” in the footer of some websites or even on a badge. However, this is slightly redundant, simply due to the fact that any published work in the United States is already protected by the DMCA.

However, if you see badge like this one below, it might mean the website is using a service like DMCA.com which provides copyright protection services. In other words, the website owner is paying DMCA.com to handle the takedown notices for them.

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How Do I Handle a DMCA Takedown Notice Against Me?

The first thing you should know is how to deal with a DMCA takedown notice when it is filed against you. Generally, when your ISP or web hosting provider receives a DMCA complaint they will demand the removal of the content immediately, or do it for you. And by this, it sometimes means they even shut off your hosting. So don’t ignore emails about DMCA takedown notices.

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Your provider might not necessarily even check into whether or not your content is actually infringing. Depending on their location, they might be legally obligated to take this content down and will do so in a fast and efficient manner.

If you believe thatyou received a complaint in error, or that you do in fact own the content, then you can submit a DMCA counter-notice.Under section 512(f) of the DMCA, any person who knowingly materially misrepresents that material or activity was removed or disabled by mistake or misidentification may be subject to liability. So be very careful when you file a DMCA counter-notice, if you are not sure whether or not you own the contentthen you should probably seek legal advice.

Your counter-notice needs to contain the following information:

  • Physical or electronic signature
  • Name,address, and phone number
  • Identification of the material and its location before it was removed (URL)
  • Astatement that the material was removed by mistake or misidentification (remember you are liable)
  • Consent to the jurisdiction of a federal court in the district where you live or where your service provider is located
  • Consent to accept service of process from the party who submitted the takedown notice

How Do I Issue a DMCA Takedown Notice?

The other side of the DMCA process is when you find that someone else has stolen your content. Here are the steps you can follow to ensure it gets taken down.

Try Reaching Out to the Website Owner First

Before drafting up an official DMCA complaint, it can sometimes be quicker to email the owner of the website directly. You can check to see if they list their email anywhere online or if they have a contact form on their website. After getting an email like this, some will just remove the content right away.

Here is a template we use. Feel free to copy and modify it:

Hello,

I work for [COMPANY] and we discovered your website (https://domain.com) has been using content that is owned by us.

Here are some examples of our content:

  • https://yourdomain.com/~ [EXACT CONTENT/IMAGE LOCATION]
  • https://yourdomain.com/~

And here are copies on your site:

  • https://domain.com/~ [EXACT CONTENT/IMAGE LOCATION]
  • https://domain.com/~

Please remove all copyrighted content belonging to [COMPANY] immediately otherwise we’ll have to proceed with filing a DMCA complaint.

I have created a case ID #xxxx to track this issue until it is resolved.

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If you have any questions regarding this, let me know.

Thanks

Due to the fact that people are busy and sometimes miss emails, you might want to try sending an email more than once. Here you can find a few solid tips on how to find anyone’s email address.

If they don’t respond then you can proceed with the steps below.

1. Find The Person

The very first thing you have to do is find the person’s web host so that you know where to file the DMCA complaint. An easy way to do this is to look up the IP address of the website. You can either ping it or use a free online tool like Domain Tools. In this example below, we are using a site that is hosted on Kinsta on Google Cloud Platform. You can see Domain Tools easily shows us the IP address of the domain we looked up.

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You can then take the IP address and look it up using the ARIN Whois Service. They have a good database of records and comments about which IPs are owned by which companies. You can see in this example once we looked up the IP address, it immediately shows us that it is on a netblock used by Google Cloud customers and the email address and web page for abuse complaints.

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DMCA also has a great free Whois lookup that generates network information. You are limited to 5 free lookups per month. Another alternative you can try if the above doesn’t render any good results is the free Who is Hosting This tool from HostAdvice.

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Note: If they are running behind a CDN or proxy such as Cloudflare, this makes it a lot harder as they will show as the owner of the IP address. In that scenario, you might have more luck reaching out to the individual site owner first (if you haven’t already). However, Cloudflare does have a DMCA complaint form.

2. Where to Submit the DMCA Takedown Complaint

Now that you know where the person’s content is hosted you must submit the complaint. Most providers have easy ways to access them. Look on their contact pages, or in the footer for anything that says “complaints” or “abuse.” Here are a couple of links to some common providers.

If you can’t find an online form then you must contact aDMCA agent directly. This is usually a long drawn out process. Contacting the web host or ISP provider directly is usually the fastest way. You can also pay a professional team to handle the DMCA takedown for you.

3. What to Include in the DMCA Takedown Complaint

You must include the following information to ensure your takedown complaint is handled properly.

  • Physical or electronic signature
  • The location and identification of the material you are claiming is infringing (this could be URLs, etc)
  • Your contact information, address, phone number, mailing address, etc
  • Statement of good faith that the use of the material is not authorized by the copyright owner or you
  • A statement that everything is accurate (again, remember you are liable under penalty of perjury)

DMCA Takedown Template

Here is a DMCA takedown template that we use. Feel free to copy and modify it:

Subject Line:Takedown Notice Pursuant to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act of 1998

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My name is [NAME] and I’m the [POSITION] at [COMPANY].

This is a notice in accordance with Section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (”DMCA”) requesting that you immediately cease to provide access to the following copyrighted material. A website that your company hosts (according to WHOIS information) is infringing on copyrighted material owned by our company.

The original [CONTENT/IMAGES], of which we own the exclusive copyrights, can be found at these URLs:

  • — [EXACT CONTENT/IMAGE LOCATION]

The unauthorized and infringing [CONTENT/IMAGES] can be found at this IP address/URLs:
IP address:

  • — [EXACT CONTENT/IMAGE LOCATION]

My contact information is:

Name
Company Address
Phone

I have good faith belief that the use of the described material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or by operation of law. The information in this notice is accurate, up to date, and I can confirm that [COMPANY] is the copyright owner.

Should you wish to discuss this further, please contact me directly.

Signed:
Name
Date:

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4.Getting the Content Removed from Search Engines

If the original content is taken down, then it will automatically get removed from the search engines. However, if for some reason the above process fails, you can also submit a complaint directly with Google and Bing.

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While this won’t always get it removed from the person’s site, it will at least remove it from SERPs so that nobody can find it. It will also ensure that it never ranks over your own content.

Remove Content From Google Search

To remove content from Google Search, use this tool. Select the “Web Search” option and fill out the remaining questions according to your individual case.

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Remove Content From Bing Search

To remove content from Bing Search, use this tool, and fill out their copyright infringement report.

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How Long Does a DMCA Notice Take?

Generally, a DMCA takedown notice will take around 72 hours. However, we’ve seen them go really quick (within 24 hours) and also drag on for 6+ months. This depends on a couple of things:

  • How fast the company is at processing the DMCA requests.
  • The location of the content. Remember, DMCA is only applicable to copyrighted material in the United States. Therefore, if you’re emailing a company outside of the United States, you might never hear back. Although most hosting providers, regardless of location, will try to help.

Summary

Hopefully, now you now know a little more about DMCA and how takedown notices work, both when filed against you and when you need to protect your own content.

Have any experience with people copying your content or images? We’d love to hear about it below in the comments.

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FAQs

How do I issue a DMCA takedown? ›

How to file a DMCA takedown
  1. Reach out to the author to try and get the content taken down.
  2. Reach out to the web host/site owner to get the content taken down.
  3. File a DMCA takedown notice with the web host/service provider.
  4. Request the takedown with an ISP.

Can you DMCA yourself? ›

You can send a DMCA notice yourself, or you can hire a DMCA agent to do it for you. If you choose to do it yourself, you must be careful to follow the correct steps.

How much is a DMCA takedown? ›

DMCA.com's Professionally Managed Takedown Pricing is $199.00 per takedown for one website or domain. This includes up to 25 infringing URL's per website or domain for the $199 price.

Who can file a DMCA notice? ›

The DMCA notice and takedown process must only be used to remove copyright infringements. In order to send a DMCA takedown notice, you must either be the copyright owner or a person authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.

What is required in a DMCA notice? ›

Identification of the: (i) copyrighted work(s) infringed; (ii) the infringing activity; and (iii) the location of the infringing activity (typically by providing the URL).

How long does it take to get a DMCA notice? ›

How Long Does a DMCA Notice Take? Generally, a DMCA takedown notice will take around 72 hours. However, we've seen them go really quick (within 24 hours) and also drag on for 6+ months.

What happens if I get a DMCA takedown notice? ›

Upon receiving a counter notification, the service provider notifies the party that sent the takedown notification and, if they still believe you've infringed on their copyright, they have 14 days to file a lawsuit against you.

How do DMCA takedowns work? ›

Many service providers offer easy-to-use online tools to submit claims directly to the provider through an online DMCA takedown form. After a takedown notice is sent to a service provider, the provider usually notifies the user, subscriber or other person who is responsible for engaging in the infringing activity.

Do you have to pay for DMCA? ›

The DMCA.com Protection Pro service is completely free. Sign up here for FREE Website Protection There are no signup costs or monthly fees to have a Protection Badge on your website. The DMCA.com Protection Badge service includes: website protection certficate.

How do I file a DMCA request? ›

If the site owner refuses to remove your content, however, you can file a DMCA takedown request, which is a written, signed letter that's sent to the plagiarist's hosting site. To determine the infringing domain's hosting provider, you can use a tool such as WhoIsHostingThis.com.

What are the two punishments you can receive under the DMCA? ›

If you violate the DMCA, for a first offense, you could face imprisonment up to five years in jail and/or additional fines up to $500,000. Repeat offenders could face up to ten years in prison and fines up to $1 million.

How many DMCA strikes are there? ›

Under our policy, a user will be considered a repeat infringer if they accrue three copyright strikes. We know copyright law and the DMCA can be confusing, and that creators may not intend to infringe the copyrights of others.

Is DMCA a crime? ›

The creation and sharing of technology or software that is designed to defeat copyright protections is also criminalized. There are both civil and criminal penalties for violations of the DMCA. Intentional violations of the DMCA can result in monetary damages as well as imprisonment.

How many copyright infringement notices can I get? ›

Subscribers can get two notices for "educational" purposes that their accounts have been used to commit infringement. Upon a third and fourth notice, the subscriber must respond and acknowledge it. On the fifth and sixth notices, consumers may have their speeds throttled.

Can you be sued for DMCA? ›

Thus, if someone files a fraudulent DMCA takedown notice, they can be sued for the damages caused, along with the costs and attorneys' fees that were incurred in pursuing those damages. In many cases, the costs of attorneys' fees can far outweigh the actual damages.

Is filing a DMCA free? ›

Yes. The DMCA.com Protection Pro service is completely free. Sign up here for FREE Website Protection There are no signup costs or monthly fees to have a Protection Badge on your website.

How long does it take to get a DMCA notice? ›

How Long Does a DMCA Notice Take? Generally, a DMCA takedown notice will take around 72 hours. However, we've seen them go really quick (within 24 hours) and also drag on for 6+ months.

How do I shut down an infringing website? ›

The OSP/ISP that is hosting the website can take a website down if the site does not remove or "take down" the infringing content identified in a DMCA Takedown notice. A DMCA Takedown notice is the preferred method for this process.

How do I file a DMCA complaint to Google? ›

Then you should go to Google DMCA page to report the infringement. You would need to select the category: 'web search'. Then choose the appropriate options in your case. Then you should decide on the Google Product, give the reason for submitting the DMCA Notice and confirm that you are the owner of the copyright.

Can you be sued for DMCA? ›

Thus, if someone files a fraudulent DMCA takedown notice, they can be sued for the damages caused, along with the costs and attorneys' fees that were incurred in pursuing those damages. In many cases, the costs of attorneys' fees can far outweigh the actual damages.

What are the two punishments you can receive under the DMCA? ›

If you violate the DMCA, for a first offense, you could face imprisonment up to five years in jail and/or additional fines up to $500,000. Repeat offenders could face up to ten years in prison and fines up to $1 million.

What happens after DMCA takedown? ›

Upon receiving a counter notification, the service provider notifies the party that sent the takedown notification and, if they still believe you've infringed on their copyright, they have 14 days to file a lawsuit against you.

How long do DMCA takedowns take? ›

The average takedown time frame is within 10 business days. However, there are some instances where takedown can take up to 8 weeks or longer.

How do DMCA takedowns work? ›

Many service providers offer easy-to-use online tools to submit claims directly to the provider through an online DMCA takedown form. After a takedown notice is sent to a service provider, the provider usually notifies the user, subscriber or other person who is responsible for engaging in the infringing activity.

Can I report copyright infringement? ›

Complainants may contact their local FBI field office, and the complaint will be properly referred. A complaint may be filed online at the Internet Crime Complaint Center www.ic3.gov and, again, it will be properly routed.

How do I report a DMCA violation? ›

To get started you can submit your request with DMCA.com here: DMCA Takedown Form. If someone has stolen your content and is publishing it without your permission on another website, DMCA.com can help. Simply submit the name and location of where you found your stolen content and we go to work on your behalf.

How do you remove your name from Google search? ›

To begin the removal process, visit the topic's support page, scroll halfway down, and click the blue Start removal request button. You will initially be asked whether you have reached out to the owners of the website. It is not necessary to do this, so you can just tap No, I prefer not to.

How do I send a Google removal request? ›

Need help protecting your online privacy?
  1. Go to the official support page to request the removal of personal information from Google;
  2. Select the option “Remove information you see in Google Search”;
  3. Select the option “In Google's search results and on a website”;
  4. Click “Yes”;
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This system is designed to offer numerous different ways to customize the experience on the Archive, which should in general accommodate users' desires for warnings or to avoid warnings, along with authors' ability to choose the appropriate warning or to choose not to provide warnings.. In most cases, users can control their experiences by accessing only fanworks that have ratings and warnings that are acceptable to them, and creators can use their artistic judgment about what ratings and/or warnings, if any, ought to be on a fanwork.. Do the Archive maintainers screen works as they're uploaded for compliance with the ratings/warnings policy?How will this work while the Archive is in beta?. In response to valid complaints about highly explicit content, the abuse team may redesignate a fanwork marked "general" or "teen and up" to "not rated," as explained in the abuse policy , but our policy is generally to defer to the creator's decision.. When uploading a fanwork to the Archive, creators must choose at least one item from the Archive tags list.. It is also possible to choose multiple Archive warning combinations, e.g. both "underage" and "graphic description of violence" if a fanwork contains both elements, or "choose not to use Archive warnings" and "underage" if the creator wants to disclose the underage content but doesn't want to say whether the work contains major character death.. Therefore, an Open Doors work that can't be mapped to an Archive rating will be treated as if it were marked "not rated" and "choose not to use Archive warnings" unless the maintainer of the collection (or the original creator, if they "claim" the work) specifically selects other ratings and warnings for it.. Like any other content, tags are subject to the content policy, so if the tag violates the harassment, personal information, or other content policies, please report it.. Fannish nonfiction can be discussions of fannish tropes, essays designed to entice other people into a fandom, commentary on fandoms, hypothetical casting for alternate versions of works, documentaries, podcasts about fandom, explanations of the creative process behind a fanwork or works, tutorials for creating fanworks, guides for fan-created gaming campaigns, or many other things.. Part of the transition may thus be to automatically set work type based on the presence or absence of certain tags or other work content, then notify the creators and allow them to change the work type if the automated process made a mistake.. However, Abuse also handles complaints about work language (e.g., Chinese mistagged as French); Archive warnings; Archive ratings; fandom categorization and work type (once work type is implemented).. Abuse will not recategorize any optional tags, though optional tags are subject to relevant principles of the general content policy, including the harassment policy.. Unless a tag violates some other policy, such as the harassment policy, Abuse will not mediate disputes about general tagging (e.g., whether a particular relationship tag should or should not be present).. As part of the transition to formal work types, we may automatically set work type based on the presence or absence of certain tags or other work features, then notify the creators and allow them to change the work type if the automated process made a mistake.. Once work type is in place, our general policy when a recategorization is clearly appropriate will be to ask the user to recategorize the work, and change the work type if we receive no response.

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