Should I ignore a DMCA letter notice from “RIGHTSENFORCEMENT.COM”?

In short, the answer is clearly NO (and I have a good reason for this answer which is not meant to scare you).

[This article is a continuation of the “WHAT DO I KNOW ABOUT RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT” article.  It made sense to separate out the topics and keep them short and to the point.]

With CEG-TEK, when someone asked “what are my chances of being sued if I ignore,” I would have told you “LOW,” because CEG-TEK typically did not file lawsuits if a recipient of one of their “DMCA scare letters” was ignored.  RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT IS DIFFERENT.

Because Carl Crowell (the puppet master behind the RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT site) is an active ‘copyright troll’ himself, AND BECAUSE HE HAS A TEAM OF ‘COPYRIGHT TROLLS’ ACROSS THE U.S. WHO ARE ACTIVELY SUING DEFENDANTS, I would likely suggest that the chances of being sued are “VERY HIGH.”  Again, this is not to scare you, but it is based on simple logic.

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