Leaked porn video / pirate hosting

Hi,
I’m the manager of Littleangel84, MYM Model. A lot of her videos are hosted by a stealer on your server :{redacted}
And he sell them on by this website : {redacted}
This guy stole this videos and make his own business like that.
Can you close his server ? (DMCA / Copyright) He has no right to do that. This is on private platform , on MyM Fans, private for L.A subscribers.
I send you the direct links of some of the leaked videos :
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Thanks to delete all this links !

Regards

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Many thanks for your link.
But the hosting link are form “Nextcloud” next step after Cloudflare, I can’t share the links on the formular.
Car you help me ?

Nextcloud is not affiliated - it’s file sharing software (and does much more nowadays):

As stated above, you should use that form to report copyright infringement. You should also file a police report with your local authorities since you allege that this is stealing/copyright infringement - Cloudflare works with law enforcement and will provide info of websites on lawful request.

I’ve unlisted this thread simply because it contains direct links to the site and NSFW content.

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Wow many thanks for your answer Judge, I just need solution, and replys are often more quick on forums instead of mails.
So you are sure, it’s not hosted by NextCloud, but maybe Cloudflare ?
I’m am going to use the formular, but I need to know (:

99% of the time Cloudflare is not a host, they provide free DDOS protection to websites so they can’t be maliciously taken down.

CF will forward the DMCA takedown request to the actual server owner that is hosting the content. Past that, CF doesn’t take down urls on their own and your next best bet is an actual police report or civil suit (I am not your lawyer).

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Huh, I didn’t know that. Don’t they have to?

Just follow protocol and file a DMCA. The time you have spent rambling on this forum has probably cost you more time, lost you more revenue and made you look unprofessional.

Good Luck!

Cloudflare doesn’t host the content, they proxy it. The content is on some random VPS or shared hosting server somewhere.

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