What if I have multiple DMCA Takedowns?

Over 75% of all client takedowns are multiple takedowns. It is not uncommon for one client to require several hundred takedowns. Either the same title stolen and republished many times over or several titles copied and hosted elsewhere without permission. Once you submit a complete list, we can provide excellent pricing prior to commencing work.

DMCA .com has two Enterprise Takedown services. Each of DMCA.com's takedown services can provide an unlimited number of takedowns and both have special Enterprise pricing for multiple Takedowns.
    1. DMCA.com's Professional Takedown services. We do all the work for you; all you need to do is fill out our simple Takedown form. It takes less than 3 minutes. In order to get the best pricing please make certain to provide a complete list of all infringing URL's. Click here to get started: www.dmca.com/signup/createtakedown.aspx
    2. DMCA.com's Do it Yourself (DIY) Takedown Service. We provide all the tools the professionals use and you spend the time researching and processing the Takedown Application. Go here to sign up: https://www.dmca.com/Toolkit/signup/



    DMCA Fast Tip

    Both Takedown actions occur using stipulations laid out in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The DMCA Takedown is delivered because the infringing website is publishing content which is in violation of copyright protection act or being used without permission, according to the sworn statement of the content owner.


    What do I need to use DMCA to get my content removed from multiple websites?

    Three main pieces of information are needed to file a DMCA Takedown Notice

    1. Infringing URL - Where on the internet (or platform like Facebook or TikTok) is your stolen content located. What is the link?
    2. Source URL - Where was your content located when it was stolen? If it was not online you can reference cell phone, computer, cloud storage or camera etc.
    3. Description of Ownership - The owner's name and if you do know how was it stolen? How is this content yours? How do you own it? Created it, bought it, copyright etc. Who is claiming ownership of the content? Who is authorized to file the DMCA Takedown Notice?

    If you are unsure of how to answer any of these three information categories the Professional Takedown Team at DMCA.com can help with the answers.


    Who usually does DMCA Takedowns?

    1. content creators/owners
    2. copyright owners
    3. content publishers or distributors (with permission of the content or copyright owners)
    4. NFT owners
    5. code writers and publishers
    6. social media users and participants
    7. subject contained within the content and published without permission (special considerations may be required)

    If the list above does not appear to describe your situation by all means ask. Click here to Ask us about your situation



    DMCA Takedown Testimonial

    It’s a painful and sad to see scrapers stealing the content you worked so hard for and claiming it to be their own creation; this hurts. I used DMCA takedowns to remove my stolen content, it always worked like a charm; the takedowns were quick and hassle free; minimum paperwork and correspondence I would recommend DMCA Protection to all my friends and well wishers. -Neel N


    What types of websites will process DMCA Takedowns?

    Infringing content is removed from many different websites and platforms. Here is an example list where content is removed online:

    1. from a UCG (User Generated Content) Platform (like Instagram and TikTok), upon receipt of a DMCA Takedown Notice sent by or on behalf of the infringed content owner, distributor, publisher etc.
    2. by the website owner, upon receipt of a DMCA Takedown Notice from the website owner's ISP / Hosting company. This would occur when ISP / Hosting company receives a notice sent by or on behalf of the content owner, distributor, publisher etc.
    3. by the website owner upon receipt of a DMCA Takedown Notice from the, or on behalf of, the content owner, distributor, publisher etc.
    4. by the by the ISP or Hosting company of the website that is publishing the infringing content. This occurs because the website owner has not voluntarily complied with a DMCA Notice and the ISP or Hosting company must comply with the Takedown notice.
    5. when an infringing website is taken down or taken "offline" by it's ISP or Hosting company. This occurs because the website owner does not voluntarily comply with a Takedown notice as described above.


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