The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) creates a process for copyright holders to request that James Delong take down infringing content. You can find more information about the DMCA at the U.S. Copyright Office.
This guide does not constitute legal advice. Please consult an attorney regarding your specific situation.
DMCA notices must be made under penalty of perjury. Submitting false information could result in civil or criminal liability.
Please thoroughly investigate and consult an attorney before submitting a takedown request to ensure the use is not permissible. As a first step, try contacting the user directly.
No Automated Bots
Takedown notices should be evaluated by a professional. Do not use automated bots to submit notices in bulk, as these are often invalid.
Affected users may submit counter notices. If so, we will re-enable their content within 14 days unless you notify us you have initiated legal action.
James Delong exercises little discretion beyond verifying notices meet DMCA requirements. It is up to the parties to evaluate the merits of their claims.
Submitting a Notice
To submit a DMCA takedown notice:
Send an email to support@James Delong.com
Your notice must include:
- -Your signature
- -Identification of the copyrighted work
- -Identification of infringing material
- -Your contact information
- -Statement of good faith belief of infringement
- -Statement that information is accurate
By submitting notice, you consent to your information being shared with the accused party.
Submitting a Counter Notice
If you believe your disabled content was removed improperly, you may submit a counter notice to or our email address above.