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Why do I receive a “no copyright infringement” notification?

You might have submited a URL that appears in your Google search results but isn’t actually your infringement.
The link that you believe is your copyright infringement might be stated as fair use. Fair use permits a party to post copyrighted content without the copyright owner's permission for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research. If someone shares your content as a fan, this also counts as "Fair Use” and cannot be taken down. You can get in contact with the publisher personally to state your individual rights and outline your dissatisfaction.
For impersonated social media accounts, we have sent a great number of notices for stolen profile pictures and private accounts. However, if there are no infringements shared on the account and there is only a profile picture on the social media account, the takedown notice might get the no copyright infrigement notice.

Updated on: 09/01/2023

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