FCC regulations require that Wave takes action when we learn that a subscriber is using our services for an illegal activity. The articles in this section are designed to answer your questions about Notices you may receive regarding copyright infringement activities.
- *How do I respond to a copyright infringement notice?
- Could someone else be accessing my network/computer to download illegal material?
- Do I still need to reply to a Notice if I don’t find the file on my computer?
- Has Wave invaded my privacy? Does Wave know what else is on my personal computer?
- How do I find the file in question on my computer?
- I don’t recognize the title of the material listed as infringed. Is it a movie, a game, or something else?
- I have paid for permission to download by subscribing to a peer-to-peer website. Why did I still get a Notice?
- I've received a Notice. Am I being sued?
- Is it possible to receive a Notice for material that I did not download, but legitimately purchased?
- What makes Wave think I violated a copyright?
- Why does the media company think I violated a copyright?
- Why is Wave enforcing the rules of the media companies?
- Will my Internet service be disconnected because I received a Notice?