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point to the correct dmca response template.

Andrew Lewman authored on 16/09/2011 04:21:22
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 href="<page eff/tor-legal-faq>">https://www.torproject.org/eff/tor-legal-faq.html</a>,
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 it may be out of date. Follow the link to get the latest version.</p>
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 <p>Got a DMCA notice? Check out our <a
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-href="<page eff/dmca-template>">sample response
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+href="<page eff/tor-dmca-response>">sample response
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 letter!</a></p>
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 <h2>General Information</h2>
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 <p><b>Has anyone ever been sued or prosecuted for running Tor?</b></p>
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 <p><b>My ISP, university, etc. just sent me a DMCA notice. What should I
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 do?</b></p>
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 <p>EFF has written a <a
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-href="<page eff/dmca-template>">short template</a> to help
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+href="<page eff/tor-dmca-response>">short template</a> to help
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 you write a response to your ISP, university, etc., to let them know
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 about the details of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s safe harbor,
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 and how Tor fits in. Note that template only refers to U.S.