What is the DMCA?

What is the DMCA?

The DMCA, or Digital Millennium Copyright Act, was enacted by the U.S. in 1998 to protect intellectual property rights on the Internet.

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was enacted into law by the U.S. in 1998 to strengthen the legal protection of intellectual property rights in digital media and particularly over the Internet. Its application is not restricted to domains within the U.S.

For details regarding our policies regarding how to report DMCA infringements and how to respond to notifications of infringement, refer to our website.

For 24-hour assistance any day of the year, contact our Support Team by email or through the Client Portal.

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