Do-It-Yourself Counter Notification Letter
One of the favorite tools of both cults and corporations seeking to take embarassing information off the Internet is to falsely claim violation of a copyright or trademark. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, enacted in 1998, set out a notification procedure that can be used to request an ISP to remove allegedly infringing material from a web page. However, there is a defense against this attack: it’s called a counter notification letter. Most people don’t know how to write such a letter, which is why I’ve put together this helpful form.
by Dave Touretzky