Less than a week after LendInk got back up and running, the site has received another DMCA notice. Posting about the development on Facebook, LendInk announced that from now on all such notices will be similarly publicised.
The DMCA in question contains a list of around 100 books, requesting that LendInk take them down. Amazon is reportedly being contacted so that the lend status of the books can be changed, which (if it happened) would mean that the books in question would no longer be eligible to be loaned via LendInk.
Despite the publicity surrounding the LendInk case, it looks like the storm isn’t going to die down just yet. The comments on the Facebook post already have some interesting information turning up about the DMCA, and it’ll be interesting to see how the situation pans out. But really: isn’t it about time the DMCA system was overhauled?