DMCA Copyright Infringement Notification

The material of this website is legally protected, and any trademarks, registered trademarks, product names, or logos that are shown on this website belong to the owners who are legally entitled to them.

When responding to complaints of infringement, our website ensures that it is in conformity with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which is a federal law.

 This is accomplished by include other applicable laws in our response. In response, we shall either remove or disable access to any material on our website that is purportedly infringing on the rights of others.

In situations like this, we will make every effort to get in contact with the person who created the material so that they may submit a counter-notification, as the DMCA mandates.

Prior to sending a Notice of Infringing Material or Counter-Notification, it is advisable to consult with an attorney in order to get acquainted with your rights and duties under the Digital Music Content Act (DMCA) and any other applicable laws.

This notice is not intended to serve as legal advice; rather, it is an effort by the website to fulfill its rights and obligations as outlined in the Digital Music and Content Act, especially section 512(c).

Notice of Copyright Infringing

In order to tell us of anything on our website that violates your rights, we kindly ask that you supply the following information:

It is a physical signature of a developer or development team that is allowed to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed upon. When it comes to dealing with copyright concerns, third-party agencies are required to give a “Physical Authorization Letter” for the agency to handle.

either the name of the copyrighted work that is being accused of being infringed upon or, in the event that many copyrighted works are housed on the same website, a list of all of those works individually. The incorporation of URLs into the body of an email is one method that may be used to facilitate the speedy discovery of information.

The specific information that would enable the service provider to get in contact with the individual who is expressing discontent, such as a physical address, a phone number, and, if relevant, an email address.

An statement that the person who is filing the complaint is really of the opinion that the copyright owner, their agent, or the law does not authorize the use of the material that is in dispute.