I've found a website that hosts a large number of data that is supposed to be publicly available. They've put this in their DMCA information page:
"The Eye (https://the-eye.eu/) respects the intellectual property rights of others. It is, therefore, site policy to expeditiously process, investigate and address notices of alleged infringement, and to take appropriate action under the DMCA and other relevant intellectual property laws.
If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement by any content or material on the site, please provide the following information in writing to the-eye.eu's Copyright Agent at dmca (at) the-eye (dot) eu"
Is this just some sort of a safe exit in the case of them hosting an illegal file? Or can I be sure that if I download some data I won't end up in jail? Because browsing through their catalog of books, I could find famous ones such as the "For dummies" series (old versions, > 2018) or ones from the HumbleBundle website (there are which can be considered relatively recent too, 2016).
Do copyrights end after 2 or 3 years?