DMCA Policy for Digital Millennium Copyright
We respect the intellectual property rights of others because we expect others to respect ours. Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Section 512(c) of Title 17, United States Code, the copyright owner or their representative can send a takedown notice to our DMCA Agent below. It is within our rights as an internet service provider to claim “safe harbour” under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The following information must be included in your notification to us in order to make a legitimate claim of infringement:
Claims of Notice of Infringement
Information that will allow the service provider to locate the infringing material, as well as identification of the material itself, must be provided. There must be a physical or electronic signature of the copyright owner (or someone authorised to act on his or her behalf), as well as a description of the copyrighted work that is claimed to have been infringed upon.
Please provide the page’s URL if you can help us track down the allegedly offensive content. Your name, physical address, email address, phone number, and fax number should be provided to the service provider so that they can contact the complainant.
According to the complainant’s statement, they have a good faith belief that copyright law prohibits their use of the material Under penalty of perjury, a statement that the information provided in the notification is true and that the complainant is authorised to act on behalf of the complainant
Legal action can be taken against any person who intentionally and materially misrepresents specific information in the notification of an infringing use under 17 USC 512(c).
All takedown requests should be sent via our Contact page. Send by email if you would want a quick response.
Please be aware that we reserve the right to provide the alleged infringer with information about our identity and any copyright infringement allegation that we receive. You acknowledge, accept, and agree that the alleged infringer may get information about your identity and claim if you submit a claim.
Counter Notification – Material Restoration
You can submit a counter-notification to us in an effort to have removed content that you received a notice of removed due to a copyright infringement claim reinstated on the website. According to 17 USC Section 512(g)(3), said notification must be made in writing and sent to our DMCA Agent. It must essentially include the following elements:
1. Your written or digital signature.
2. A description of the removed content as well as the URL of the removed content’s original location.
3. A declaration made under oath that you have a good faith belief that the material was taken down or otherwise made inaccessible due to an error or misidentification of the content that was intended to be taken down or otherwise made accessible.
4. Your name, address, and phone number, along with a declaration that you will accept service of process from the person or business that initially reported the infringement (or, if you are outside of the United States, that you will submit to the jurisdiction of any judicial district in which the service provider may be found).
5. Use our Contact page to send your counter-notification. Email is strongly advised.
Policy for Repeat Infringers
We treat violations of copyright extremely seriously. We keep track of DMCA notices from copyright holders in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s repeat infringer policy requirements, and we make an honest effort to find any repeat offenders. Accounts of those who transgress our internal repeat infringer policy will be closed.
We reserve the right to change the information on this page, including the way DMCA complaints are handled, at any time and for any reason. You are urged to constantly examine this policy and check back for updates.