eric.kuhnke at gmail.com
Wed Oct 14 01:17:36 UTC 2015
While you are at it you might want to stop sending DMCA notices to Canadian
ISPs. The DMCA does not apply in Canada. If your clients wish to litigate
against individual residential customers in Canada, you will first need to
obtain a court order requiring handover of data, on a case-by-case basis.
Just because the IP blocks in question are in ARIN space does not mean they
are subject to the DMCA.
On Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 7:52 AM, <seth at ip-echelon.com> wrote:
> Hi Fred,
> I can’t find your name, email address or the domain-name from your email
> in our mailboxes.
> If you send the request via this webform or via email to the address
> specified in the notice, we’ll absolutely jump on it and respond ASAP.
> I can’t monitor this thread further but please reach out via the channels
> described so we can help.
> > On Oct 13, 2015, at 2:10 AM, Fred Hollis <fred at web2objects.com> wrote:
> > At least, we tried contacting you many times, but you ignored all our
> > Still receiving thousands of e-mails not related to our IPs on daily
> >> On 13.10.2015 at 00:04 Seth Arnold wrote:
> >> Hi All,
> >> Please feel free to get in touch with us to request changes.
> >> Expedited processing of your requests is offered through the Notice
> Recipient Management for ISPs section of our website located here:
> >> http://www.ip-echelon.com/isp-notice-management/ <
> >> If you are in the U.S., please also ensure that your change is
> reflected in the records of the US Copyright Office:
> http://copyright.gov/onlinesp/list/a_agents.html <
> >> Cheers,
> >> Seth
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