I got an message from Google that one of my links has received a DMCA report. As a result, on that link the ads are disabled. Due to this kind of violation, I can't use the standard "Request Review" option from Adsense to solve the issue, instead I need to apply for a DMCA counter notification. The problem occurred when I saw this: "If you submit a counter notification (whether through our web form or by other means), your contact information will be forwarded to the original complainant". Even if the DMCA report is real or fake, I didn't own the data from that link (in this case, some pictures), and as a side note if I don't send the counter notification: "If we do not receive a counter-notification from you within 10 days, we may revoke your Adsense approval". As a first step, I removed the link from the site, but what do you think I should do next? Would the violation disappear if I deleted the link from the site? Should I send a fake counter-notification? It does matter from which google account I send it? Because I saw that you can have access to that form from any account.