I went through the latest DMCA complaints filed by DMCA Pro on behalf of Spacial Audio on Lumen Database recently only to find Spacial had filed a complaint to Google about a post on this website.
If Spacial Audio’s DMCA agents had actually read the posts properly before they made complaints about them, They would have known we weren’t hawking pirated software.
“We don’t want people using pirated software purely because if someone is using an illegal copy of SAM Broadcaster that means we haven’t convinced them to swap to RadioDJ”
OK so the post DMCA Pro has filed a complaint about does indeed mention the word “CRACK” in its title.
However the rest of the post is clearly in the context of:
“Why be stupid and use pirated software when there are FREE legal alternatives”
We wouldn’t be stupid enough to actually offer pirated copies of SAM Broadcaster or SAM Cast or other Spacial software from this website.
This website isn’t your problem @Spacial… Your REAL problem is the Internet and dodgy file sharing websites.
Maybe you should be going after the real software pirates, There are thousands of people hawking illegal OLD copies of SAM Broadcaster/SAM Cast/SAM DJ on the torrent and file sharing websites.
YouTube also might also be a good place to look if you want to shut these software pirates down, Again there are hundreds if not thousands of videos on there telling people how to easily pirate old copies of SAM Broadcaster software.
Spacial flagging up a post on my website just makes it look “malicious” on their part because of my dislike for their overpriced software.
“FAO Spacial Audio: There are NO pirated copies of Spacial audio software on our cloud servers. If anyone from DMCA.pro or TRK is looking at this post you can withdraw any DMCA complaint against you may have against this website! We haven’t done anything to warrant it”
Stop being pathetic Spacial Audio and leave this website alone… You have no business reporting us for things we simply haven’t done.
The DMCA notice has been withdrawn after we pointed out to DMCA pro that we weren’t actually doing anything illegal.
If in doubt in future please consult our DMCA Page
Last updated on: 16th August 2018
at 11:12 AM Europe/London