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Comment: Re:If they don't own it, then it's not a legal not (Score 3, Insightful) 157 157

Telling an untruth under oath isn't perjury...

And there in lies one of the fundamental flaws in take down notices under the DCMA. They could just as easily have generated the notices from a ouija board or a burning bush. So long as you can't prove they knowing lied the notice is fully valid, and the sender of the notice faces no liability.

You're at Witt's End.

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