What is the DMCA?
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act – often called the DMCA—is a federal law that helps copyright holders secure the quick removal of their content from websites that don’t have the right to use it.
The DMCA provides web hosts, search engines, and other Internet services “safe harbor” from copyright infringement claims. In return, the law instructs those service providers to act promptly to take down infringing material when properly notified by a copyright owner.
This form provides an easy way for copyright owners (and their agents) to notify NursingDB about infringing material that may be hosted by our customers.