Digital Millennium Copyright Act policy

We appreciate you visiting at this time. Our company’s philosophy is to respect other people’s intellectual property rights just as much as we do our own. A copyright owner or their representative may send a takedown notice to us via our DMCA Agent indicated below in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title 17, United States Code, Section 512. (c). As an ISP, we have the right to “safe harbour” defence against DMCA infringement accusations. In order to lodge a claim of good faith infringement with us, the following information is necessary:

Demand – Notice of Infringement

Physical or digital signature of the owner (or authorised representative) of the copyright; It is necessary to identify the allegedly infringed-upon copyrighted work; Both a description of the infringing content and details to assist the service provider in locating it are necessary. Identify the problematic page’s URL so we can find the allegedly infringing content;

Your complete name, physical address, email address, phone number, fax number, and any other details the service provider deems necessary to get in touch with you about the complaint should be given to the service provider; A declaration made under oath that the information in the notice is accurate and that the complaining party has the authority to speak for the copyright owner, as well as a statement that the complaining party believes in good faith that the copyright agent has given permission for the use of the material.

Anyone who files a notice of infringement in accordance with Section 512(c) of Title 17 U.S. Code and makes substantially false assertions in it is liable to civil penalties, including expenses and legal fees (3). Please use the form on our Contact page to provide us notice of a removal request. Email is your best option if you want quick assistance.

Please be advised that if you notify us of a purported copyright infringement, we may share information about the allegation as well as your identify with the purported offender. By submitting a claim, you agree for your identify and the specifics of your claim to be revealed to the accused infringer.

A Response Notice for Material Repairs

If a claim of infringement caused the material to be removed from the website, you may email us a counter-notification asking for the content to be reinstated. To be in compliance with 17 USC 512(g)(3), our DMCA Agent must receive the following information in writing:

Your physical or digital signature is required on this. You need to be specific about the item that was stolen and its previous location. a declaration that you believe the material was deleted or disabled due to a mistake in identifying the content that needed to be removed or disabled, made under penalty of perjury.

Include your full name, address, phone number, and a statement agreeing to the jurisdiction and venue of the federal district court for the judicial district where the address is situated (or, if outside of the United States, for any judicial district in which the service provider may be found) and confirming that you will accept service of process from the party who initially notified you of the alleged infringement.

Send us your counter-notification using the form on our Contact page. Email is the preferred method of communication.

Procedure for Repeat Offenders

We treat violations of copyright extremely seriously. As required under the DMCA’s repeat infringement policy, we keep track of any DMCA notices we get from rights holders and do our best to track down any repeat offenders. According to our internal repeat infringement policy, offenders will have their accounts revoked.

This website’s content, including our DMCA takedown notification policy, is subject to change at any time and for any reason. It is your duty to constantly check this page to make sure this policy hasn’t been modified.

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