The DMCA is a federal law that protects online service providers, websites, ISPs, and content creators from online copyright infringement. It was enacted in 1998 and has withstood many court challenges. Ms. Mableson is an expert in the applicability of the DMCA as it relates to both website owners and content creators. She has written two DMCA Handbooks to provide a hands-on, practical and effective guide for online service providers, content creators, and virtual world owners. Her DMCA HANDBOOKS™ are the only authoritative books on the DMCA available anywhere and provide all the FORMS needed by all parties in the DMCA process. Please refer to our additional references here or our DMCA blog.
Mableson Law Group is expertly poised to assist you with your DMCA legal issues if you are:
- A website owner or operator and want DMCA immunity against contributory copyright infringement;
- An ISP or other online service provider want DMCA immunity against contributory copyright infringement;
- A creator or copyright owner who is facing online copyright infringement of your content;
- A virtual world owner or operator and want DMCA immunity against contributory copyright infringement;
- A virtual world creator or copyright owner who is facing online copyright infringement of your content; or
- Accused of online copyright infringement when you have not infringed.
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