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DMCA Takedown Notice Instructions

Who can file a DMCA Takedown Notice?

  • Content creators/owners
  • Copyright owners
  • Content publishers or distributors (with permission of the content or copyright owners)
  • NFT owners
  • Code writers and publishers
  • Social media users
  • Subject contained within the content and published without permission (special considerations may be required)

There are several key pieces of information required to insure the request is processed

1. Infringing URL

Infringing URL

Where on the internet is your stolen content located? What is the link that you want the content removed from? Be sure to provide the URL or website/webpage link of the content you want removed. If the stolen content is an image or video located on this website, provide the direct link of the content contained in the site. Copy and paste the infringing text, or provide the URL of the infringing image, if required.


2. Source URL

Where was your content located when it was stolen? Was it on your social media profile? Was it from your own website? Provide the exact URL where it was stolen from, even if the content has already been removed from its original location. The original URL is still valuable to the notice. If it was not online you can reference cell phone, computer, or camera etc. If it was online such as a website or cloud storage provide the link to the exact page it was stolen from. You can upload the original content to a cloud storage service and provide that URL with an explanation of where it was originally stolen from.

3. Description of Ownership

What is the content owner’s name and how was the content stolen? How is this content yours? How do you own it? Did you create it, buy it, copyright it? Who is claiming ownership of the content? Who is authorized to file the DMCA Takedown? When did you create the content and when was the content stolen?

An example description: “My photo I took of myself on my camera was stolen from my Google Drive and was posted on this website without my knowledge and I would like it removed.

If you believe someone has posted content that belongs to you, please complete this DMCA takedown notice form.




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