If Facebook has served you notice that we have removed content which you posted on the page/site because we received notice from a third party that the content infringes their copyright(s), and this was under the notice and counter-notice procedures of the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), then you are able to file a counter-notification under the DMCA. Through the legal process, Facebook violations can be removed successfully.
As Facebook Inc says, “Facebook complies with the notice and take-down procedures defined in section 512 (c) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”). While Facebook does not tolerate copyright infringement, we also do not tolerate false claims of infringement. If your content has been removed under the notice and counter-notice procedures of the DMCA, and you believe that it was removed as a result of mistake or misidentification, you are able to file a DMCA counter-notification.”
Legal Process for Facebook Violations Removal:
A proper legal process against removed content/unpublish page requires attested notarized statements, affidavit, and relevant case laws as precedents where reliance is required. The legal process to remove and violations and restore always successful and rarely fail. Most importantly Facebook requires contacting the third party to reach any conclusive agreement or to settle the dispute if there is any. Facebook copyright laws are very strict in implementation, various legal processes filed by cybersecuritylawreport, successfully, resulted in Facebook Violations Removed.