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MelforDMThemes says

xstortionist, I don’t see why this speaks against the concept of an automatic DMCA sender? What happens after you sent them is probably luck, but if you send them regardless why don’t use an automatic sender?

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MelforDMThemes says
xstortionist said
MelforDMThemes said
xstortionist, I don’t see why this speaks against the concept of an automatic DMCA sender? What happens after you sent them is probably luck, but if you send them regardless why don’t use an automatic sender?

For one, it’s just being lazy. Why would you leave this type of serious issues up to an automated program to handle? That doesn’t make sense to me.

That’s where the good olde saying “If You Want It Done Right, You Have to Do It Yourself” comes into play.

You are also putting all your hard earned money on your bank to take care of it and keep it save. You ain’t keepin it under your pillow, right? Just a matter of consuetude. Well, it the automatic DMCA sender proves himself trustworthy of course.

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MelforDMThemes says
xstortionist said
MelforDMThemes said
xstortionist said
MelforDMThemes said
xstortionist, I don’t see why this speaks against the concept of an automatic DMCA sender? What happens after you sent them is probably luck, but if you send them regardless why don’t use an automatic sender?

For one, it’s just being lazy. Why would you leave this type of serious issues up to an automated program to handle? That doesn’t make sense to me.

That’s where the good olde saying “If You Want It Done Right, You Have to Do It Yourself” comes into play.
You are also putting all your hard earned money on your bank to take care of it and keep it save. You ain’t keepin it under your pillow, right? Just a matter of consuetude. Well, it the automatic DMCA sender proves himself trustworthy of course.

Actually, I keep all of my money in a safe within my house. Then I exchange my money for Gold when necessary. Money I make on this site goes on a pre-paid card that I use for gas.

You are your own master. Do as you’d like. Personally, I don’t send automated DMCA notices.

Okay, this discussion is useless :D All the best

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omarabid says
xstortionist said
MelforDMThemes said
xstortionist, I don’t see why this speaks against the concept of an automatic DMCA sender? What happens after you sent them is probably luck, but if you send them regardless why don’t use an automatic sender?

For one, it’s just being lazy. Why would you leave this type of serious issues up to an automated program to handle? That doesn’t make sense to me.

That’s where the good olde saying “If You Want It Done Right, You Have to Do It Yourself” comes into play.

You make some good points. I have thought about the problem of sending incorrect links, but I’m planning an algo. which will garantee that most (99.9%) are valid pirated links.

I’m not sending DMCA to hosts. I’m sending them to file sharing websites. I will regularly check that my automated script is not doing something wrong, and will probably do manual checking in the beginning.

So why use an automated service and not send them yourself?

Because for products it’s different than content. There are hundred of pirate sites, and they upload to many hosting sites. You have hundreds of DMCA to send, not a funny job.

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tiquet says

BTW . http://dmcasender.com/ is down probably. I upraged my account to Premium and nothing happend. Also i sent message to the author of project… no answer.

Regards

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dejans says

What if an item is a part of a bundle (like at the moment in “Ultimate AE Bundle”), could you request a DMCA takedown for the whole bundle?

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KingDog Envato team says

Old thread that’s attracting spam so I’ll lock it down.

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