Abuse Complain

please send a email to abuse@powerchaos.com to solve the abuse complain

be sure that it meets the requirements below

The Required Elements

According to Section 512(c)(3), the required elements of a DMCA notice are as follows:

This line really should be the last element on the list because it basically means you need to sign the letter. If you’re sending the letter via fax or regular mail, this means a traditional handwritten signature. If you are sending it via email, you can simply type “Signed: (Your Name)?? and have it be just as valid. Courts have largely upheld that electronic signatures are just as valid as physical ones.

This requirement basically states that you have to identify the works claimed to be infringed. The easiest way to do that is to simply provide links to the originals. However, some also require that you provide the full titles along with the links. It’s usually easy enough to provide both, but generally, in my experience, only one or the other is necessary.

The easiest way to meet the requirements of this item is to provide links to the infringing material. It’s that simple. This section is asking you to provide the host with a means of adequately finding the works you are claiming to be infringing. While you can provide directions to finding the work, which you actually have to do when filing a notice with Google, links just make things so much easier for everyone involved, especially if you use Email.

This requirement asks you to provide full contact information for the host or whoever you’re filing notice with. This information should include your address, phone number and, if applicable, email address. However, it’s important to note that, though you are required to provide all of this information, odds are, a host will only contact you via email. I’ve never heard from one by phone or mail.

This line is actually intended to be taken quite literally. You need to make sure that your letter has a statement saying those exact things. The easiest way is to simply copy and paste the line, “I have a good faith belief that the use of the material that appears on the service is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or by operation of law.?? and be done with it.

The final element is also to be taken literally. A second statement needs to say exactly those things and the easiest way to so do so is include a line that says “The information in this notice is accurate, and I am either the copyright owner or I am authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.?? It might seem broad and redundant considering that you are the copyright holder, however, this is a paper for lawyers, not English professors. It’s wise to give them the exact language they’re looking for, even if it doesn’t all apply to you.

(Note: Thanks to LearnAboutLaw for the samples on the last two notes)