Apple legal

aafuss1

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May 5, 2002
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Anytime someone emails Apple's legal department-all they get is a standard "we received your email response".

They don't even inform about the status of a infringement claim-especially relating to YouTube hosted videos.

Has anyone received a reply to their request from Apple?
 

janey

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Dec 20, 2002
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I'm curious as to what kind of videos these were, but if you're wanting to counter-notice the DMCA takedown, you need to contact YouTube, not Apple.


Unless you mean it wasn't youtube that sent it and took down the videos, but rather apple contacted you directly (which personally doesn't make any sense but..).
 

liketom

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Apr 8, 2004
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I'm curious as to what kind of videos these were, but if you're wanting to counter-notice the DMCA takedown, you need to contact YouTube, not Apple.


Unless you mean it wasn't youtube that sent it and took down the videos, but rather apple contacted you directly (which personally doesn't make any sense but..).
i've had apple legal contact me directly - but i was hosting on .Mac not Youtube, if any legal issues from a video there then Apple would ask Youtube to take it down first and if they want to go after the user then contact them directly i would have thought.
 

janey

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i've had apple legal contact me directly - but i was hosting on .Mac not Youtube, if any legal issues from a video there then Apple would ask Youtube to take it down first and if they want to go after the user then contact them directly i would have thought.
Yep that's what I thought. Apple would go to Youtube before going to you. .mac is an apple thing, so that's different.