Get content put back up that has been taken down from someone else
Learn what an ISP has to do to avoid liability for hosting that stolen content
Understand how to analyze copyright infringement for Internet content
All you need is a web browser, a word processor and a little detective work!
Join over 500 students who enrolled in the first 24 hours that the course was available!
Learn what to do when someone steals your Internet content - from a practicing attorney!
Get sample letter templates that you can put to use!
Content creators who havehad their work stolen and reposted on the Internet know how awful that can be, both personally and for business.
This course will teach you how to respond to this stolen content and walk you through the following:
analyzing a stolen content situation
finding the right ISP to send a takedown notice to
getting the content taken down by drafting and sending a DMCA takedown notice
responding to a takedown if you believe you had a right to post something
understanding the responsibilities an ISP has regarding takedowns and the DMCA
The course also includes numerous resources, including:
sample takedown letters that you can use to get stolen content taken off the Internet
a free Fair Use eBook to help you in your analysis
links and addresses for popular sites that you can use to put this information into practice
links to a number of helpful resources to help broaden your knowledge of the subject
If you create content on the Internet, this course is for you!
Legal Disclaimer: This course is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for real, specific legal advice. Viewing this course does not create an attorney-client relationship between the viewer and I. If you have a legal issue, please see an attorney for advice specific to your needs.
Who this course is for:
This course is appropriate for all types of content creators, including Udemy instructors, bloggers, artists and developers. While I recommend that you use an attorney, this course will give you the skills and resources to send a takedown notice or counter notice yourself.
6 sections • 31 lectures • 2h 33m total length
Unit 1: Resources
Step Two: Determining whether there has actually been infringement
BONUS: My "Understanding Fair Use" eBook
Step Three: Is the ISP even covered by the DMCA?
Step Four: Where do you send the DMCA takedown notice?
Step Five: Drafting the DMCA takedown notice
Using the provided DMCA Takedown Notice template
DMCA Takedown Letter template
Further concerns after sending the DMCA takedown notice
Unit 2: Resources
An overview: Using a DMCA Counter Notice to get content put back up
Drafting the DMCA Counter Notice
Using the provided DMCA Counter Notice template
DMCA Counter Notice template
What to expect after filing the DMCA Counter Notice
Unit 3: Resources
BONUS: Understanding YouTube's Content ID system
BONUS: What to do about YouTube Copyright strikes
Internet Service Provider Overview
The ISP DMCA Requirements
Other Types of ISP Safe Harbors
Unit 4: Resources
BONUS: YouTube DMCA Takedown Demonstration
SPECIAL BONUS: Watch me do a LIVE, real-world DMCA takedown demonstration