San Jose, CA
reply to Jason Levine
Re: I like this Wouldn't you file a counter notice? There is a Cox web page with the instructions for filing one. You basically challenge the assertion by the record label that they have given Cox accurate information; swat the ball back into their court.
The thing is, don't ignore the letter; especially if the complaint has incorrect details.
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That was the part I was questioning. Does Cox immediately give you a strike when the DMCA request comes in? Or do they wait until you don't file a counter-notice? If it is the former, then you could have someone who gets two legitimate strikes against them taken offline because of a third, bogus strike. If it is the latter, then their system is more acceptable.
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