The University at Buffalo requires its faculty, staff, students and affiliates utilizing university infrastructure to comply with U.S. copyright laws. The University at Buffalo reserves the right to remove or limit access to material posted on University-owned computers if it is alleged that U.S. copyright laws have been violated. If the University determines that U.S. copyright laws have in fact been violated, the infringing material will be permanently removed.
To report alleged copyright infringements on University at Buffalo Web sites, please contact the University at Buffalo's designated DMCA agent:
Interim Information Security Officer
University at Buffalo
201b Computing Center
Buffalo, New York 14260
Phone: (716) 645-3670
In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA),
the University at Buffalo has designated an agent to receive
notifications of claimed copyright infringement. The DMCA requires
that all claims of infringement be in writing and include:
If you download illegally, you could pay a $250,000 fine.
Here are four ways to protect yourself: