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Complaint Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Takedown Policy

Austin Real Estate Associates, Inc dba (""), is the owner and operator of https://www. . follows the safe harbor provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Please refer to Title 17 of the US Code, Section 512 (17 U.S. Code § 512). will respond to written notices of alleged copyright infringement that adhere to the DMCA statute.

If you believe, an agent of, or a third party who has provided content on our site has infringed on your copyright(s), please provide a valid, written notice (“ DMCA Notice”), in compliance with the DMCA, to our designated agent listed below.

Include the following in your notice to our designated agent:

A description of the alleged infringement of copyrighted work(s). The location of the infringed copyrighted work(s) on our site. Your contact information so our designated agent can contact you directly. Include your first and last name, mailing address, phone number, and email address. If known, the contact information of the person/entity you allege is violating your copyright. A statement that you believe, in good-faith, that the use of the material described in the notice is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law. A statement that under penalty of perjury, the information in this notice of infringement is accurate and that you are the copyright owner or are authorized to act on behalf of the owner. Your signature. may request additional information before removing any content from our site. We reserve the right to share DMCA Notices and your contact information with third parties at our discretion, including legal entities and the alleged infringer. We reserve the right to ignore DMCA Notices that are not in compliance with the DMCA. 

Pursuant to Title 17, United State code, Section 512(c)(2), notifications of claimed copyright infringement should be sent to's Designated Agent listed below. Designated Agent

Jim Olenbush 3103 Bee Caves Rd., Suite 102 Austin, TX 78746 Office: 512-344-6000 Email: jim@



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The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, signed into law during the Clinton Administration, increases penalties for copyright infringement of video and other multimedia taken from the Internet. It also limits the liability of the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) whose users engage in duplication or dissemination.


Key among the topics included in the DMCA are provisions concerning the circumvention of copyright protection systems, fair use in a digital environment, and online service provider (OSP) liability (including details on safe harbors, damages, and "notice and takedown" practices). 

View summaries and resources on Educause's DMCA page »

Read the full Act  from the 105th Congress (Public Law 105–304, 112 STAT. 2861) »

Read the summary of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1998 from the US Copyright Office.

Copying Media and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

It is not permissable to "rip" a DVD and disable copyright protection measures . Refer to 17 U.S.C. § 1201 : US Code - Section 1201

Additional Violations. — (1) No person shall manufacture, import, offer to the public, provide, or otherwise traffic in any technology, product, service, device, component, or part thereof, that — 


(A) is primarily designed or produced for the purpose of circumventing protection afforded by a technological measure that effectively protects a right of a copyright owner under this title in a work or a portion thereof;


(B) has only limited commercially significant purpose or use other than to circumvent protection afforded by a technological measure that effectively protects a right of a copyright owner under this title in a work or a portion thereof; or


(C) is marketed by that person or another acting in concert with that person with that person's knowledge for use in circumventing protection afforded by a technological measure that effectively protects a right of a copyright owner under this title in a work or a portion thereof.


(2) As used in this subsection —


(A) to “circumvent protection afforded by a technological measure” means avoiding, bypassing, removing, deactivating, or otherwise impairing a technological measure; and


(B) a technological measure “effectively protects a right of a copyright owner under this title” if the measure, in the ordinary course of its operation, prevents, restricts, or otherwise limits the exercise of a right of a copyright owner under this title.


July 2010 LOC Exemptions to Copying Media

The Librarian of Congress may issue exemptions. In July of 2010, an exemption was announced to the following relevant class of work:

(1) Motion pictures on DVDs that are lawfully made and acquired and that are protected by the Content Scrambling System when circumvention is accomplished solely in order to accomplish the incorporation of short portions of motion pictures into new works for the purpose of criticism or comment, and where the person engaging in circumvention believes and has reasonable grounds for believing that circumvention is necessary to fulfill the purpose of the use in the following instances: (i) Educational uses by college and university professors and by college and university film and media studies students; (ii) Documentary filmmaking; (iii) Noncommercial videos

Why? According to Librarian of Congress James Billington "... it is sometimes necessary to circumvent access controls on DVDs in order to make these kinds of fair uses of short portions of motion pictures."

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