Casa de Ricardo

http://pdvmorris.tumblr.com/post/92563117926/looks-like-this-is-it-this-came-first-and-i

pdvmorris:

Looks like this is it…….this came first and I still have no idea which tune it is in reference too. I have been careful and followed copyright guides as I can find them with my tune postings. but…..they have bots to comb the files and I don’t I guess….

Tumblr DMCA Notice

Hi,

We’ve received a notification of alleged copyright infringement on one of your blogs, sent to us by Jeremy Banks (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry). The post in question was located here,http://a.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7bn69tSxK1qzxy1so1.mp3, and contained Audio recordings owned or exclusively controlled by certain IFPI Represented Companies.

We’re writing to let you know that, pursuant to legal requirements and Tumblr’s copyright policies, we’ve removed that content. If you think this copyright infringement notification was submitted to us in error, you can contest the notification and file a counter-notification. Here’s the instructions to do this: http://www.tumblr.com/policy/en/terms_of_service#dmca

Also, please keep in mind that Tumblr has a strict policy against repeat copyright infringement. Should you be subject to repeat uncontested copyright infringement notifications, your Tumblr account may be terminated.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Best,
Tumblr Trust & Safety

Then this notice from tumblr that I’m in breach for the last time and my account is to be suspended after 6 years…..oh…..that’s rich…..

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Hello,

We’re writing to let you know that, due to repeated uncontested notifications of copyright infringement against one or more of your blogs, your Tumblr account is one more uncontested notice away from termination. Please consider this a final warning.

As a reminder, Tumblr, as required by US law, implements a strict policy of terminating the accounts of repeat copyright infringers. It’s really important for all creators that users respect copyright, and so we ask again that you take greater care in what you post on your Tumblr blogs. You can review Tumblr's Terms of Service (http://www.tumblr.com/policy/en/terms_of_service) and Community Guidelines (http://www.tumblr.com/policy/en/community) for more information on our copyright policies.

Also, if you believe that a copyright infringement notification has been incorrectly submitted against you (in other words, that you have the legal right to post the content), you can contest the notice and file a counter-notification according to the procedure found here: http://www.tumblr.com/policy/en/terms_of_service#dmca

Thanks for your consideration.

Best,
Tumblr Trust & Safety

This is so fucked up, I don’t even know where to begin. Maybe the end of my Tumblr account too. I’ll either get one of these myself or just say fuck it to Tumblr.

Take care buddy. If you get another account on the down low, send a note.

I say goodbye before...

  • I have no recourse apparently even if I no idea what I have done to breach the copyright law or my alleged violation of said laws. I have supported live music all my life in many shapes and form. I have a vast record collection still in use, I see 20 to 25 live acts a year and attend at least 3 or 4 major music festivals. I have contributed quite healthily to several kickstart and bandcamp start up albums too. If I could pay Tumblr dough for music mistakenly posted that needs it's copyright royalty paid I would do so...but it seems there is no recourse I am to be given the boot now. I want to thank you all for so very much for words, thoughts prayers and blessings....now if the boot doesn't come...

gibsongrand:

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