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So basically AdSense reported today that two of my pages have been DMCA and ads for those two pages are disabled.

Now I think my pages are genuine, I wrote the text my self without plagiarism: it's a software review where I provide the link to the original software house.

Is there any way to know who filed the DMCA request? If it's a my competitor I would fill the counter DMCA request.

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    And do you use your own images? since it's normally videos or images that trigger DCMA, not text content unless it's duplicated or reworded using a spinner. – Simon Hayter Jun 9 '17 at 20:06
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Yes, you should be able to use Lumen (formerly Chilling Effects) to look up the DMCA complaint against your site and see who filed it.

If it's a my competitor I would fill the counter DMCA request.

I wouldn't. Filing a false request can have some negative repercussions for you.

  • what? someone did a false DMCA request and I cannot counter notice it? – giò Jun 10 '17 at 8:04
  • anyway I tried to search my website in Lumen and nothing appears, what can I look for? – giò Jun 10 '17 at 8:06
  • 1. Are you sure that this was a full DMCA takedown and not just the threat of one to the ISP? Most ISPs will preemptively take content down in response to even a threat. 2. Lumen is not real time, it can take a few weeks for complaints to show. – JCL1178 Jun 11 '17 at 20:38

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