The Copyright Complaint Resolution Center is the site where you can resolve any complaints of copyright violations linked to your account or computer that have been sent to Stanford in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). According to our records, there are no unresolved complaints for the computer you are currently using. To check the status of complaints for other computers linked to your account, go to Resolution Status and log in.
The University has created a "three strikes" policy for dealing with DMCA takedown notices:
After passing a quiz, users have access to the details of complaints received regarding computers that list them as registered users. Every complaint requires a response through this web site in order to be resolved. In case the registration information for a computer is out of date, the current user of a machine can volunteer to respond to complaints for that machine.
If a complaint goes unresolved for too long (generally two business days after the registered user is notified of the complaint), then network access for the machine in question will be restricted (if it has not already been restricted). The machine will be unable to access most sites other than this one until the complaints are resolved.
All Stanford affiliates, students, staff, and faculty should resolve their copyright complaints using this web site by logging in through WebAuth with their SUNetID. If you do not have a SUNetID and receive a copyright complaint, you will not be able to log in. In that case, you can call the Information Security Office at 650-723-2911 to arrange for resolution of the copyright complaints attributed to you. Please refer to the SU# incident number(s) from the Subject line of your notification emails when you call.