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the notification date,
the petitioner's identity (for individuals: surname, first name, occupation, residence, nationality, date and place of birth; for legal persons: name, form, address of headquarters and identity of the legal representative),
the description of the disputed facts and the precise location of the content in question (e.g. URL link),
the reasons why the content should be removed, mentioning the reference to the applicable legal provisions,
the copy of the correspondence addressed to the author or the publisher of the information or disputed activities requesting their interruption, withdrawal or amendment, or evidence of the fact that the author or the publisher could not be contacted.
For more information on French copyright law, please see the fact sheet on protection by copyright law established by the media development management team on observing the law on literary and artistic property on the Internet. This sheet outlines the main features of the protection, in particular:
the duration of protection,
the penalties in case of a breach of copyright law.