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garrywong wrote on Apr 8, 2015, 20:49:
You can "reject" a DMCA claim? Why don't more companies do it then?

It depends on the company/resources at hand. If you have a team/lawyers that research the validity of said claims and is able to dismiss fictitious ones, than you end up paying a lot of people for time spent researching them. Huge entities become so swamped with them (youtube, torrent sites, file lockers/cloud storage, etc) and will many times just issue the takedown and let the burden of proof that the DMCA has not been violated fall on the actual poster of the content, so they don't have to go through that kind of expenditure in hiring research teams and lawyers to review every single DMCA request that they receive.
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The power customs agents wield - almost everywhere - is excessive and needs to end.
"Van Gogh painted alone and in despair and in madness and sold one picture in his entire life. Millions struggled alone, unrecognized, and struggled as heroically as any famous hero. Was it worthless? I knew it wasn't."
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You can "reject" a DMCA claim? Why don't more companies do it then?
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Re: Evening Legal Briefs
Apr 8, 2015, 18:48
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The US Gov Can Download the Entire Contents of Your Computer at Border Crossings

Cause it takes so much less time than to drive a section where the illegals invade in droves...
Yours truly,

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