DMCA

Policy for Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Welcome to our website. We value the rights of intellectual property and expect others to do the same for us. According to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, copyright owners or their representatives can send us a notice to remove infringing material. As an internet service provider, we are protected by the “safe harbor” provisions of the DMCA. To submit a claim of infringement, certain information must be provided:

Notice of Infringement

  1. An authorized signature from the copyright owner or their representative;
  2. Identification of the copyrighted work allegedly infringed;
  3. Details on the infringing material and how to locate it;
  4. Contact information of the complaining party;
  5. A statement confirming unauthorized use of the material;
  6. A declaration of accuracy under penalty of perjury.

Section 17 USC §512(f) outlines penalties for misrepresentation in infringement claims.

Takedown notices should be sent through our Contact page via email for prompt handling.

Note that we may share information with the alleged infringer. Submitting a claim signifies acceptance of this.

Counter Notification

If material is removed due to an infringement claim, a counter notification can be sent to request restoration. The notification must include:

  1. Your signature;
  2. Description of the removed material;
  3. Statement of belief in mistaken removal;
  4. Your contact information and consent to court jurisdiction.

Send counter notices through our Contact page, preferably via email.

Repeat Infringer Policy

We have a strict policy on copyright infringement. Repeat offenders will have their accounts terminated as per the DMCA requirements.

Modifications

We reserve the right to change this policy for handling DMCA claims at any time. Check back periodically for updates.