DMCA Copyright Infringement Notice Policy

No, wait. That's the way a rational and honest company would handle it. No, Rotolight got the review taken down with a fraudulent DMCA copyright violation notice, as discussed and and and Den Lennie got the When Lennie Rotolight showed up to, in effect, confess that it had made a bogus DMCA demand because it thought the review was unfair, and to assert a very stupid trademark argument:

Daily Kos : DMCA Copyright Notice

It appears, at best, that The Wylie Agency negligently sent me a DMCA Copyright Infringement Notification without researching whether the story entitled “Adjustment Team” at issue is a different story of the same title or the story on which the Wylie Agency’s client claims to hold of a valid US copyright. I dispute the statement that my “use” of the US public domain work I had a link to is unauthorized by law. My understanding is that the general rule in federal and state laws in the United States is that an unqualified statement of what one does not know to be true is equivalent to a statement of what one knows to be false when the statement is made under penalty of perjury. I request that you confirm the accuracy of the statements made in the DMCA Copyright Infringement Notification with reference to appropriate documentation as expediently as possible or acknowledge the notification was incorrect and you withdraw your objections.


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Daily Kos: DMCA Copyright Notice. Daily Kos handles copyright infringement in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (the

I’ve researched the matter thoroughly and can point you to several posts on SFFaudio which show this research. I did not post a copyrighted story called Adjustment Team, but rather I linked to one which is in the US public domain. So, in short, I dispute the statement that the US public domain work I liked to is unauthorized by US law. My understanding is that the general rule in federal and state laws in the United States is that an unqualified statement of what one does not know to be true is equivalent to a statement of what one knows to be false when the statement is made under penalty of perjury. Your signature is on that email. I request that you confirm the accuracy of the statements you made in the DMCA Copyright Infringement Notification you sent me and that you do so with particular reference to appropriate documentation. Please do so as expediently as possible or acknowledge the notification was incorrect and that you withdraw your objections.