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How to properly file a DMCA takedown notice for Twitch

How to properly file a DMCA takedown notice for Twitch

This process is rather easy, but it's important that you fill out the placeholders correctly.
You need to send it this email to dmca@twitch.tv
It is extremely important that the links are directly from the official twitch page to refer to the emotes, don’t use external pages like twitchemotes.com or similar.


Dear Designated Agent:  


Pursuant to 17 U.S.C. Section 512(g)(3), this communication serves as a statement that:  


My name is [ Your real name ] and I am the creative and owner for the next emotes on Twitch  
[ You can adapt this part to your convenience ]  


Twitch channel emotes: https://www.twitch.tv/subs/[ Your Twitch channel ]  


These exclusive rights are being violated by material available upon your service at the following URL(s):  

Channel:  
https://www.twitch.tv/  

Emote thefts:  
 https://www.twitch.tv/subs/[Channel Name]  
 [ you can add urls of the images to specify each emote or just list the emote names ]  







I have a good faith belief that the use of this material in such a fashion is not authorized by the copyright holder, the copyright holder's agent, or the law;  
Under penalty of perjury in a United States court of law, I state that the information contained in this notification is accurate, and that I am authorized to act on the behalf of the exclusive rights holder for the material in question;  


I may be contacted by the following methods:  
[ Real address with zip code and country ]  
[ Phone with area code ]  
[ Email ]  


I hereby request that you remove or disable access to this material as it appears on your service in as expedient a fashion as possible. Thank you.  


Regards,  
[ Your real name ]  

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