DMCA Handbook for Online Service Providers, Websites, and Copyright Owners

This resource provides a quick-start guide for focusing on basic requirements to prepare and file the forms and notices relevant to specific pursuits. It also offers a more in-depth analysis of the DMCA process and case law for those who want additional background about the origins and operation of the DMCA regime.

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The online environment is constantly evolving, and the case law and processes under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) are always changing to keep pace. The second edition of the DMCA Handbook provides a practical understanding of what online service providers (OSPs and ISPs), website owners, content creators, and copyright owners need to know to protect their respective online interests and enjoy immunity from infringement.

This resource provides a quick-start guide for focusing on basic requirements to prepare and file the forms and notices relevant to specific pursuits. It also offers a more in-depth analysis of the DMCA process and case law for those who want additional background about the origins and operation of the DMCA regime. Inside the book and on its related website are essential DMCA forms and appendices, that include:
  • Letter the OSP Promptly Sends to Alleged Infringer
  • DMCA Take-Down Notice Sent by Copyright Owner to OSP (Fill-in or Automated)
  • DMCA Designated Agent Directory FAQs
  • DMCA Policy Checklist for OSPs
  • Excerpt from YouTube’s Terms of Service
  • YouTube’s Automated DMCA Take-Down Notice Process and Counternotification Process
  • DMCA—17 U.S.C. § 512

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