How to write a take down notice?
In this article we will be covering how to go about writing a take down notice once we have found that someone else is copying our material. 95% of the time bloggers will find that other legitimate bloggers will take down the offending material once issued with one of these. Spam sites might take it down but are less likely to do so. We have already covered how to locate the contact details to send one of these notices in a previous article. So if you haven’t found who to send the email to you might like to go back and review that article first.
How do I contact someone to issue a take down or DMCA notice?
In this article we will be looking at who to contact to issue a take down notice and if that fails who to contact to issue a DMCA notice. We will be also looking a bit deeper into how to find the best way to contact the right people to issue these notices to. Taking action against those who infringe upon our copyright is the best way that we can deal with plagiarism on the net. But if we don’t contact the right people nothing will ever be done about it.
How do I take action against those infringing on my Copyright?
In this article we will be covering the various ways we can go about taking action against those who infringe on our rights as a copyright holder. We won’t just be covering the standard methods but also the other ways we can take action that most people would not think of. How can we use Google to take action for example. Taking action can be expensive if we have to go through lawyers etc. This article is to show you the main ways you could go about taking action on your own without this extra expense. However it is still advisable to seek legal advice before proceeding.