How I get stolen content taken OFF the Internet

Learn how to draft and send DMCA Takedown notices and counter notices to get stolen content taken off of the Internet.

Content creators who have had their work stolen and reposted on the Internet know how awful that can be, both personally and for business.

What you’ll learn

  • Get stolen content taken down off of the Internet.
  • Get content put back up that has been taken down from someone else.
  • Learn what an ISP has to do to avoid liability for hosting that stolen content.
  • Understand how to analyze copyright infringement for Internet content.

Course Content

  • Course Introduction – What is the DMCA? –> 4 lectures • 4min.
  • Fighting Infringement With a DMCA Takedown Letter –> 12 lectures • 29min.
  • Fighting back: Drafting and sending a DMCA Counter Notice –> 8 lectures • 14min.
  • The DMCA requirements for an Internet Service Provider –> 4 lectures • 3min.
  • BONUS VIDEOS: Live takedown demonstrations –> 2 lectures • 9min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 2min.

How I get stolen content taken OFF the Internet

Requirements

  • All you need is a web browser, a word processor and a little detective work!.
  • Join over 500 students who enrolled in the first 24 hours that the course was available!
  • Learn what to do when someone steals your Internet content – from a practicing attorney!
  • Get sample letter templates that you can put to use!

Content creators who have had their work stolen and reposted on the Internet know how awful that can be, both personally and for business.

This course will teach you how to respond to this stolen content and walk you through the following:

  • analyzing a stolen content situation
  • finding the right ISP to send a takedown notice to
  • getting the content taken down by drafting and sending a DMCA takedown notice
  • responding to a takedown if you believe you had a right to post something
  • understanding the responsibilities an ISP has regarding takedowns and the DMCA

The course also includes numerous resources, including:

  • sample takedown letters that you can use to get stolen content taken off the Internet
  • a free Fair Use eBook to help you in your analysis
  • links and addresses for popular sites that you can use to put this information into practice
  • links to a number of helpful resources to help broaden your knowledge of the subject

If you create content on the Internet, this course is for you!

Legal Disclaimer: This course is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for real, specific legal advice. Viewing this course does not create an attorney-client relationship between the viewer and I. If you have a legal issue, please see an attorney for advice specific to your needs.

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