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DMCA Policy

As we respect everyone's right to intellectual property, we expect everyone to treat our rights similarly. Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) (Title 17, Section 512 of the United States Code), if a copyright owner or its agent infringes on a copyright, the copyright owner may notify us through our DMCA agent listed below. As an online service provider and relying on the safe harbor provisions of the DMCA, we are entitled to immunity from copyright infringement suits. In the event of copyright infringement, you may file a claim with us and notify us with the following information:

Claim - notice of infringement

  1. Signature of the copyright owner or designee (physical or electronic) ;
  2. Identification of the work that is the subject of the copyright infringement claim ;
  3. Identification of the material that is allegedly the subject of the copyright infringement and that is to be removed or access to it blocked, and information sufficient to permit the location of the material. (Please provide the URL of the allegedly infringing page;
  4. Information necessary for the service provider to contact the party making the claim, namely your name, telephone and fax number, physical address, email address ;
  5. A statement that the person making the claim has a good faith belief that the specified material is not authorized for use by the copyright owner or its agent;
  6. A statement that the copyright infringement information in the complaint is accurate and that, under penalty of perjury, the person making the complaint is authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner. 

Pursuant to the provisions of 17 USC §512(f), civil penalties for damages and costs, including attorneys' fees and court costs, are available for a person who knowingly falsified information about copyright infringement in a notice under 17 USC §512(c)(3).

You can send information about the takedown by going to our email - Please contact us via email, so that we can get back to you as quickly as possible.

We would like to point out that we have the right to give the alleged copyright infringer your identity and the information specified in your claim. By doing so, you agree that your personal information and copyright infringement claim may be shared with the alleged infringer.

Reinstatement of material - counter-notice

If you are notified of a removal of material from the site because of copyright infringement, you may challenge the decision by filing a counter-notice with us. A notice to reinstate material to the site must be in writing and sent to our DMCA agent, pursuant to Section 512(g)(3) of Title 17 of the USC, and must include the following items: 

  1. Your name, address, telephone number, and statement of consent to the jurisdiction of the federal district court for the judicial district at your address (or consent to the jurisdiction of another judicial district for the service provider's location if you are outside the United States);
  2. Your signature (physical or electronic);
  3. Information about the deleted information, its original location prior to deletion;
  4.  A statement that you understand the responsibility for providing false information and that you maintain in good faith that the material was not infringing and was removed by mistake or misidentification;
  5. You can send a counter-notice by going to our Contact Us page. Please be sure to use email.

Policy on repeat infringers

Adhering to the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we monitor DMCA notices from copyright owners and identify repeat infringers. Individuals who repeatedly infringe against copyright owners will have their accounts terminated. 

Changes to

While we reserve the right to change the DMCA claims policy at any time, we recommend that you monitor the contents of this page more frequently to keep up to date with current edits.