DMCA Act The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 provides recourse for owners of copyright material who believe their property has been illegally reproduced or transmitted. Under this act, if material is used against the will of the webmaster, he or she may contact the ISP of the website where the infringement has taken place and require them to block that site. A formal complaint must be filed in accordance to the DMCA. If the action taken by the webmaster or ISP against the accused party is counter-notified, then the ISP ban may be lifted, if appropriate.
Here at Siamese Cat Spot we work assiduously to comply with the Digital Millenium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA).
While we do curate content from other sites, it is our policy and practice to clearly note the source of any content we have curated, to include a link back to the site whose content we have curated, to share the content of only part of any article we curate, and to add original content of our own in the form of commentary, introduction, notations, or conclusion, or any of these, as appropriate. It is absolutely not our intention or goal to misrepresent any curated content we share as our own original work. We curate content for the benfit of our readers, and also as a gesture of respect for those whose content we curate. For more information, please refer to our curation policy.
If you are someone whose content we have curated and you have questions, comments, or complaints, please visit our contact page and let us know. We will work with you to resolve the issue.