Links to platform specific resources

  1. More info on YouTube strikes
  2. More info on Twitch strikes
  3. More info on Facebook strikes
  4. More info on Twitter strikes
The stuff of every creator’s nightmares, DMCA strikes are often regarded as the bane of creatives on popular platforms regulated by US law. Getting a DMCA strike usually means a creator is a big step closer to losing thousands (or more often millions) of followers and, sometimes, all of the work of their lifetime. As a result, you can understand why receiving a DMCA strike can be a prelude to sleepless nights for creators, or even the catalyst of platform-wide turmoil for entire creative communities. If you are a creative and have never come across a DMCA strike or do not even know what it means, congratulations. This means you have managed to stay out of trouble so far and butterflies have yet to find a way into your innards (at least as it relates to copyrighted content). But that is no reason to grow overconfident. Copyright-related issues are very troublesome, and as most creators find out, a DMCA strike could hit you out of the blue when you least expect it. What should you know about DMCA strikes, what to do about them, and how content-hosting sites manage these strikes? Here’s all you need to know.
Modified: 01/18/2022
Category: Frequently Asked Question
By: Mr. DMCA Helper
FAQ ID:5837ac69-3974-4a48-bd0e-8a208dfca679
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