Following receipt of a compliant counter-notice, the online service provider must restore access to the material after no less than ten and no more than fourteen business days, unless the original notice sender informs the service provider that it has filed a court action against the user.
It is also very useful to append to the copyright notice an indication of the unit at Harvard that administers the copyright, so that people who would like to use the work later will know where to turn for permission.
To address this issue, Congress enacted section 512 of the Copyright Act, which 1 enabled copyright owners to have infringing online content removed without the need for litigation, and 2 facilitated the development of the internet industry by providing legal certainty for participating online service providers.
That means your post entitled, Baseball Statistics Expressed as Poetry is copyrightable but neither baseball statistics nor poetry belong exclusively to you.
It may be prudent, though it is not required by the provisions of section 512 of the copyright law, to include the information on the page the legal link goes to, in addition to any other places where it is available.
This request may be made either contemporaneously with a takedown notice, or after the alleged infringer has issued a counter-notice.
Under this act, a company can issue a takedown notice to corporations like Google.
The fourth factor favored fair use in a significant number of instances because the publisher had not made a digital license available for the work in question.