Who we are

Our website address is: In this article, you’ll discover how to file a DMCA takedown notice to protect your content from plagiarists and content scrapers.

What Is the DMCA and How Does It Protect Bloggers and Creators?

Everything you publish online that’s original to you is yours. It’s legally protected by copyright law, even if you don’t have “Copyright 2017” anywhere on your site. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was passed in 1998 to protect online service providers from copyright infringement. As detailed by the U.S. Copyright Office, your content (including a blog post or a photographed image) is protected the moment it’s published, even if it’s on a personal blog. This means that if anyone takes your blog post, copies it, and shares it on their blog, they’re violating copyright protections and you can take action to have the content removed. If you want to sue for copyright infringement in federal court, you need to have the content registered with the U.S. Copyright Office. You don’t need to do this, however, to file a DMCA takedown request. if you found any copy articles or scrape article you can email here or contact us directly .