DisclaimerDigital Millennium Copyright Act.
If you believe any Content violates your copyrights and you are a copyright owner/agent, you can submit a notification under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) to our Copyright Agent.
A person authorized to act for the owner of an exclusive rights that is being allegedly violated by a physical or electronic signature
Identification of the copyrighted material claimed to be infringed or, if multiple copyrighted pieces are found at one online site, a representative listing of such works;
Identification of material claimed to infringe or be the subject infringing activity, that is to removed or disabled access to and reasonable information sufficient to allow the service provider to locate it;
Information that is sufficient for the service provider to contact your, such as your address, telephone number and, if possible, electronic mail.
A declaration that you believe that the use of the material in the way complained of is not permitted by the copyright owner, its agent or the law.
A declaration that the information contained in the notification is correct and, under penalty of perjury that you are authorized for the owner to act on his behalf.
Our designated Copyright Agent to receive notifications of claimed infringement is: firstname.lastname@example.org
To be clear, only DMCA notices must go to the Copyright Agent. All other feedback, comments, requests technical support or other communications should be directed at the company’s customer services. If you do not comply with the Section 9 requirements, your DMCA notice could be invalid.
You may send the following information to counter-notice to the Copyright Agent if you feel that the Content you removed (or access to which was disabled) was not infringing.
Your electronic or physical signature
Identification of Content to be removed or denied access and location where the Content was before being removed or disabled.
A declaration that you believe that the Content was removed from the site or disabled due to mistake or misidentification.
The Copyright Agent may send a copy to the original complainant if we receive a counter-notice. This will inform the person that it can replace the removed Content and cease disabling it within 10 business days. The copyright owner may replace the removed Content or restore access to it if they do not file a lawsuit against the Content provider, member, or user.