DMCA or Digital Millennium Copyright Act is a copyright law of United States that applies two treaties of WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) of 1996. This law criminalizes the dissemination and production of services, technology, or devices intended to avoid measures, which regulate access to copyrighted creations and products (better known as DRM or digital rights management). This law also criminalizes the action of circumventing a control of access, whether there is actual copyright infringement itself or not. Additionally, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act increases the consequences for infringement of copyright within the internet. Digital Millennium Copyright Act amended the United States Code Title 17 to expand the spectrum of copyright, and at the same time restricting the online services providers’ liability for infringement of copyright by the users of the providers. The principal innovation of Digital Millennium Copyright Act within the area of copyright is the exception from indirect and direct liability of service providers for internet and other mediators. This exception was later adopted by European Union within the 2000 Electronic Commerce Directive. The 2001 Copyright Directive implemented the WIPO Copyright Treaty of 1996 within the European Union.
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However, if you think that the articles we provide in our website violates your copyright(s), including the materials, attached pictures, or other possible contents, you may notify our staffs by submitting a notice of Digital Millennium Copyright Act. After our staffs receive a complete and valid notice, the staffs will conduct an investigation and remove or prohibit the access to the articles in case we find any violation. We will also contact the staff who upload the articles to be more careful in providing materials within our website. On additional note, we are not able to process notices of Digital Millennium Copyright Act that refer to the contents provided by third party websites. If you find copyright infringement of your content(s) on a third party website, you have to contact the administrator of the said website directly to request for content removal.
To submit a notice of copyright infringement on this site, make sure to include the following details to quicken the investigation process.
- Sufficient and reasonable details to allow our staffs to define the work deemed to be violated or a list that represent the works if the copyright infringement occur on multiple articles, such as a list of URL and title of the articles.
- Sufficient and reasonable detail to allow our staffs to locate and determine the content that is deemed to be violating, such as the link of the article that has the infringed material.
- Contact information that our staffs can contact, such as email address, telephone number, or office address
- A statement, which state that you are sure that the material used in the article that is deemed to be violating is not authorized by the law, the owner of copyright, or its agent.
- A statement, below the consequence of perjury, which state that you are authorized to take action on behalf of the exclusive right owner is claimed to be violated and the information you provide on your notification is true.
- Your electronic or physical signature.