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Monday, January 07, 2013
Up until yesterday my only experience with the DMCA was fake requests placed against my own YouTube videos from slimy European licensing organizations (who were looking to put ads in or next to our videos, claiming that they owned the videos -- I've contested and won all of those.)
But two nights ago I was contacted by an actor who was upset because a clip from one of our movies showed up on a porn site. The videos on this porn site are uploaded by users so I logged on and filed a DMCA complaint. The site had a decent form for doing that, actually.
And by Sunday night the video was down. Whew.
So, that was a new one for me.