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It's important to note that filing a false DMCA notice can have serious legal consequences, so be sure that you have a legitimate claim to the content before submitting a request.

To submit a DMCA notice to TikTok, follow these steps:

Identify the content that you want to report as a copyright violation.
Read TikTok's Help Center Copyright page.
Read TikTok's Copyright Policy page.
Decide whether you want to report the content through the TikTok app or through an online form.

To report the violation with the TikTok app:

Go to the video that contains the infringing content and tap the Share icon.
Tap the Report option.
Select the Intellectual Property (IP) option.
Choose the type of IP violation that you are reporting (copyright, trademark, etc.).
Follow the in-app instructions to report the content.

To report the violation with TikTok's online form.

Follow the instructions and prompts to complete the form.
Provide all necessary information, including your contact info, the infringing content's URL, and your proof of ownership of the copyrighted material.
Include a statement that you have a good faith belief that the use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
Submit the form, and TikTok will review your request and take appropriate action.

Updated on: 05/02/2024

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