DMCA is the Digital Millenium Copyright Act and was introduced in 1998. It is a U.S. law. It limits the liability of Online Service Providers, in case of copyright infringement carried out by the users. The essential requirement to qualify for DMCA is that a service provider removes content as soon as they receive a report of potential copyright infringement.
If you are looking to file a copyright claim against any content on the Letvideo website, please provide the following details.
Your Contact Information
You need to provide valid contact information when filing for copyright infringement. This contact information needs to be accurate, as you will be contacted on the same regarding any further actions on your report.
A Description Of The Video In Question
Since you are filing for infringement, you must mention a detailed description of your work. This helps us get a better understanding of your work and the potentially infringed work to enable us to make the right decision on your report.
Infringing Video’s URL
You need to provide us with the URL of the video, which, according to you, has caused an infringement from your content. This will give a better idea of what the transgression is, and whether it qualifies to be deleted from the platform.
Every complaint filed requires a physical or electronic signature of the copyright owner or any other individual authorized to act on behalf of the owner. You can even write your name at the bottom of the complaint to be considered as a signature.
A Couple Of Statements
The following statements must be included in your complaint
‘I have a good faith belief that the use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.’
‘The information in this notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.’
If you find any content on our website to be infringing on your copyrights, please feel free to inform us. We consider copyright infringement as a severe act of plagiarism and proceed to prohibit the content and the account holder in question.