Hi, I run a streaming website & i just got my first dmca complaint through our "contact us" form, sent from a lawyer lady of a British television channel. My website is on offshore hosting, the complaint is about one episode, what do guys think I should do? The notice seems pretty formal, I'm wondering what should I reply or should I even reply from my private email? The episode page in question already have this as warning Spoiler: Show message "We don’t host, own or claim any credit for the videos and the contents indexed in this page, if you are a copyright holder please don’t send copyright complaints to us, kindly please forward complaints to the original contents hosters, we only index & embed content found in other websites like YouTube etc much like how Google works. Our job is only to organize & index content found freely on the web to make it easier for users to find it under one roof. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied, xxx.xxx simply acts as a search engine, is not responsible for the content of external websites. Please ensure before sending removal requests that the media in question is actually hosted by xxx.xxx. All the video content found on xxx.xxx is not hosted on our servers nor is created or uploaded by us. The most effective way of protecting your rights is to seek removal from the host that is responsible for the content. This in turn, will remove the content from xxx.xxx and any other search engines that may have indexed the content."