Copyright Infringement and DMCA Take Down Requests

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Last updated: September 24, 2020

Copyright Infringement and DMCA Take Down Requests

We respect the intellectual property of others, and we ask the users and customers of our services and products to do the same. As described by our Legal Document, Code of Conduct and Termination, and User Generated Content sections, we strongly forbid anyone to post any content to our Services that infringes on the copyright, trademark and other intellectual property rights of third-parties.

If you believe that any material on our Services does not fall under fair use and infringes upon any copyright or other intellectual property rights which you own or control, please contact us immedietly at:

Your infringement notification must comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”).

Include the following information:

a) A fullscreen screenshot that captures the infringing content, the url in the address bar and the name of the abuser (in one screenshot). Include a direct link as well to make it easier for us to use the url.
b) Any copyright and/or trademark notice that you use (for example: Copyright 2019 © by John Doe, all rights reserved).
c) If appliciable, include information such registration numbers of your rights of said material.
d) Your contact information that matches the registration (if possible), otherwise full name, your website url (if possible) and email address is enough.
e) A statement by the intellectual property owner that clearly forbids said material from being used.
f) A statement that the information in the notice is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that you are authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
g) Your electronic signature.

According to the terms of the DMCA, you may be liable for damages (including costs and attorney fees) if you are lying about said infringment or ownership of the intellectual property.

The information you include in your infringement notice may be shared with the person responsible for the allegedly infringing material.