FRIVOLOUS COPYRIGHT NOTICES
The DMCA requires that a claimant to vouch for the accuracy of the copyright notices
under penalty of perjury, [DMCA § 512(c)(3)(A)(vi)]. By re-filing the same notices, Zycopolis confesses to the inaccuracy
of the notices filed by Patrick Savey. However, notices which do not comply with DMCA requirements are void and cannot serve
as such, [DMCA § 512(c)(3)(B)]. Once the ISP receives a notice, whether bogus
or not, it is required to takedown the infringing material expeditiously. Any additional notices are redundant requests sent
to an empty Internet location (url). Since Zycopolis refused to retract the bogus notices, repeated claims must be quashed as frivolous as there is no DMCA
remedy to be had after the material is already taken down by YouTube.