The Website Certificate and Status as a declaration of the content copyright or ownership which exist on the webpage to which the Website Certificate and Status page is linked.
The Website Certificate and Status page is directly linked to the DMCA.com Protection Badge. Click on any Protection Badge and you will find a Website Protection Website Certificate and Status page to match.
These Certificate and Status pages are NOT static. DMCA.com checks against our active account database before rendering every Certificate and Status page to ensure the information contained within the Certificate, is accurate and up to date. Every status page clicked on is rendered “fresh” every time it is selected .
Every webpage on a website that has a ProtectionPro badge HTML code placed on it is indexed into the account connected to the badge.

There are 8 key elements to the Website Certificate and Status page:

  1. Monitoring status – enabled or not
  2. Account status - Verified or Unverified – if the account holder is unpaid, not credited or not a ProtectionPro client their account is unverified.
  3. Protection Start Date:
  4. Last Checked:
  5. Protection Status
  6. Translation: DMCA.com’s basic protection language is translated into the top 20 dominant active internet languages.
  7. Protection Statement: A clear, irrefutable statement linking page content to the website and website owner as their content created by them or used with permission by them.
  8. DMCA statement. The copyright specific language of the DMCA Act.

Customizable sections

DMCA.com offers a paid service to customize several areas of the Website Certificate and Status page to suit your organization's needs.

  1. Certificate styles
  2. Account status
  3. Protection Statement: A clear, irrefutable statement linking page content to the website and website owner as their content created by them or used with permission by them.
  4. DMCA statement. The copyright specific language of the DMCA Act. This section can be customized to meet the laws and acts of the jurisdiction of your website or company.
  5. Connection website pages. This is a random short list of other site pages with the same DMCA.com Certificate.
Modified: 12/04/2013
Category: Frequently Asked Question
By: Mr. DMCA Helper
FAQ ID:9606c78c-aa48-4af4-a4b4-4de91a8ea44a
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