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Solving the Problem of Free  DMCA Safe Music for Creators





Hours of Music




Frequently Asked Questions

What is DMCA or what does it stand for?

Digital Millennium Copyright Act also known as DMCA


On October 12, 1998, United States Congress passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The law became effective in October 2000 and it has been incorporated into the Copyright Act (Title 17 of the U. S. Code). This landmark legislation updated U.S. copyright law to meet the demands of the Digital Age and to conform U.S. law to the requirements of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and treaties that the U.S. signed in 1996.

Do not play copyrighted materials; this includes music, movies, and TV Shows unless you have written and legal permission from the copyright holder 


Q: How does StreemTunes Guarantee  our music is safe for your streams and content:

A: We work with two of the largest content ID platforms on the web to constantly monitor our catalogue to ensure it’s safety and integrity. Our entire library has been previously scanned before being uploaded and is copyrighted with the US Copyright office as to be able to assert our claim if we ever need to go to court 


This also allows us to work directly with the DMCA offices to remove any unwarranted strikes or unmute VOD’s

Q: Does StreemTunes produce all of its music in house?

A: Yes.


Q: How does StreemTunes ensure the safety of their musical library?

A: We work with two of the largest content ID platforms on earth to constantly monitor our music 24/7.


Q: How long does it take for a content ID system to detect a copyrighted song?

A: 3-4 seconds at the quickest but generally within the first 4-10 seconds.


Q: Can you be fined for purposely playing copyrighted music or material?

A: Yes, in America those fines can go upwards of $20,000 and even jail time.


Q: Can you go to jail for DMCA?

A: Yes and this can be for a first time offender.


Q: Is Drake music’s DMCA Safe?

A: No, Nickmercs was granted permission specifically by Drake, you are not Nick, dont do it.


Q: Why do I see smaller or even larger creators still break TOS by playing copyrighted music?

A: We don’t know, it might be the same reason people run red lights. Don’t worry about others and protect your content.