Your Copyrights are essential to the protection of your original content. When you find that someone is infringing on those rights it is extremely important to assert your rights to prevent further infringement. A DMCA Takedown Notice is a key tool to asserting those rights as it allows you, as the copyright holder, to appeal to a third party, an internet service provider, to remove unauthorized copies of your original work from the internet. This DMCA Takedown Notice Template is addressed to the internet service provider that hosts the infringing party’s website. This template is designed to first inform the internet service provider of your rights to the copyright, where they can find your original work, and where they can find the infringing copy. The Letter then tells the internet service provider that you have a good faith belief that the infringing party is violating your exclusive copyright and that your request they remove the infringing material from their servers. This template is easy to use and includes directed prompts telling you where to enter information specific to your situation.
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