Copyright Violations

A copyright violation occurs when a movie, TV show, music or video game is illegally downloaded over the Internet. Copyright violations are serious allegations against online users, and can lead to significant consequences.

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) created a website to help Internet users protect themselves against illegal downloads. Check out www.respectcopyrights.org for more information.

TrioTel Communications, Inc. complies with the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act of 1998. Claims of copyright infringement should be sent to the TrioTel agent as follows:

TrioTel Communications, Inc.
ATTN: Caitlin Uthe
P.O. Box 630
Salem, SD 57058
Tel. (605) 425-2238
Fax (605) 425-2712

cri@triotel.com

For additional information regarding online copyright provisions see 17 U.S.C. § 512(c)(3)(A) or view TrioTel's Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy.

If you have received a notice of copyright infringement and you believe that a copyright holder has accused you in error, you may file a DMCA Counter-Claim with TrioTel Communications’ designated agent.

Check out TrioTel's Copyright Violation Tutorial:




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