Cygnet IP Law, serving clients from across the U.S. and other countries, is pleased to announce a new and simplified DMCA Notice process that handles all aspects including consultation, preparation and delivery of properly worded DMCA take down notice, and monitoring and reporting compliance and take down.
Under the DMCA, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, companies like internet service providers (ISPs), search engines, and social media sites, and web hosts must remove material that infringes on the copyright rights of another party; however, some provisions in the statute can make it more difficult for someone that does not have experience with sending DMCA take down notices.
“A DMCA takedown notice is useful not only for organizations that produce and publish information and other intellectual property online, but also for individuals that find their personal photos being used in an infringing manner. I learn the facts of your situation, research the offenders, and prepare and email a letter, from my law office, that demands a company remove copyright infringing material. A letter from an attorney gets attention,” explains Patent Attorney Steve Aycock, the owner of Cygnet IP Law.
According to Aycock, Cygnet IP Law simplifies the process by handling all aspects of gathering facts, preparation and delivery of a DMCA notice that meets all of the necessary requirements, monitoring and reporting compliance and take down. Aycock says, in many cases, just one consultation to start the DMCA notice process.
Find out more by contacting Cygnet IP Law at its website at http://CygnetIPLaw.com/dmca-notice
Cygnet IP Law is located in Lakeland, Florida, USA handling the intellectual property needs of clients across the USA and in other countries.