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Only you, the owner, can accurately describe your website, mobile app and business and how you manage and operate them. Every DMCA policy that we generate is unique and built around the information you provide for the best results.
Our attorney-drafted DMCA policies are completely free for personal and non-commercial use. We also offer premium policies with access to additional disclosures and upgraded features at a fraction of the cost of hiring a lawyer.
As a service provider, you are responsible for all activities taking place on your website or services. Outline clear rules, limitations and prohibited uses to help prevent abuse, protect yourself and your customers, and ensure optimal operation of your business.
We can host your generated DMCA policy for you for free so you don't have to worry about technical details. If you don't want that and would like to have full control over your documents, you can easily copy the policies to your site or app as well.
With so many different and ever-changing laws it can be a daunting task to stay up to date with the latest legal requirements. Let us do the hard work and notify you of the new changes while you focus on running and improving your product and business.
We make every effort to cover every country's laws and regulations by adopting the strictest guidelines implemented in each country. Just tell us where you operate and we'll build a custom-tailored policy accordingly just for you.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was passed by Congress and famously signed into law by former president Bill Clinton in 1998, it now forms part of the U.S. Copyright Act. It incorporates provisions from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Copyright Treaty and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty.