Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy
We respect other people’s intellectual rights as much and as fully as we can. To send a takedown request to us via our DMCA Agency we will need the following notice.
Notice Of Infringement- Claim
– Identification and Removal of Infringing Matter Information that is reasonably sufficient to enable the service provider locate the material.
Any information reasonably sufficient to enable the service provider contact you.
An assertion by the complaining individual that they believe the copyright agency doesn’t authorize the material to be used.
– This is a statement stating that all information contained within the notification has been accurately compiled and that those who are complaining have been authorized.
Title 17 USC SS512B(f), provides civil sanctions that include costs and attorney’s fee.
All takedown notices sent to us will be sent through our Contact page. We can be reached by email for your immediate attention.
The identity of the infringer may be shared by us.
Contra Notification — Restoration Of Material
When you receive notice from the site that the material is being removed due to a copyright issue, you may send a contra notification.
– Your signature, both in electronic and printed form.
It is a description and location of the material being removed.
Statement of perjury that says the material has been removed or disabled.
Contact information: Name of the person to whom you are referring, including address, phone number, and a statement indicating your agreement to the terms of the federal district court for the area where your address is situated. If your address is located outside the United States, then you agree to serve process on the company or person who issued the original notice.
– We can send you a counter-notice.
Repeat Infringer Policy
Copyright infringement is serious. Anyone who violates our internal repeat violator policies will have his/her account closed.
We are open to changing our policy regarding DMCA claims.