XFileSharing Pro - How should file-hosting sites act to RIAA e-mails

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How should file-hosting sites act to RIAA e-mails

#1 Postby Hlias » May 07, 2009 1:43 am

It's obvious that the owner/owners of a filehosting site should immediately remove the copyrighted material.
After that will they face any more problmes?
I believe that the majority of the file hosting sites (maybe ALL) have received an e-mail from them.
What i would like to know is if they face anymore problems in the future with them after the removing of the files.
Any personal stories from the members of this forum?

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#2 Postby ankurs » May 07, 2009 4:54 am

if you act fast on received dmca notice, then it shouldn't be a problem

you just need to find a safe harbor though, bcoz most datacentres dont like getting lot of dmca notices

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#3 Postby PilgrimX182 » May 07, 2009 5:44 am

FDC turned off whole cluster of our servers once after some company emailed copyrighted material restriction to them.

But usually we get 1-2 "Infringing Material" emails daily and remove them in 12 hours. Just mail them back that you've removed links mentioned in email.

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