We hold others’ intellectual property rights in high regard, mirroring the respect we anticipate for our own. In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), Title 17 of the United States Code, Section 512(c), we are permitted to receive takedown notices through our designated DMCA Agent.

As an online service provider, we can employ the “safe harbor” provisions of the DMCA to form a defense against alleged infringement. To make an infringement claim in good faith, please furnish the following information in your notice:

Infringement Claims Procedure

Details of the material purportedly infringing copyright that you wish to be removed, along with sufficient data to enable us to locate it. This includes: 1. A physical or electronic signature of the copyright owner or authorized representative; 2. Information identifying the supposed copyrighted work that’s been infringed;

In order to expedite our process, please provide the URL of the page in question. Other necessary details include your name, mailing address, email address, phone number, and fax number, for us to contact you.

A statement affirming that you, as the claimant, believe that the copyright agent has wrongfully restricted access to the content. A declaration that the information in the notice is accurate, and under the penalty of perjury, the claimant is authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.

Be aware that knowingly misrepresenting facts in an infringement notice under 17 USC 512(c) can lead to civil damage penalties, including legal costs and attorney fees.

Takedown requests can be submitted via our Contact page. For quicker responses, please use email.

Note that we maintain the right to disclose any copyright infringement allegations and the identity of the claimant to the accused party. By submitting a claim, you consent to the potential disclosure of your identity and claim details.

Restoration of Content – Counter Notification

If you wish for the content that was removed due to a copyright infringement claim to be restored on the website, you can submit a counter-notification to our DMCA Agent as per 17 USC Section 512(g)(3). The counter-notification must include:

  • Your signature (physical or electronic).
  • A short description of the removed content and its original location URL.
  • A sworn statement expressing a good faith belief that the content was mistakenly removed or wrongly identified as infringing.
  • A declaration stating your willingness to receive service of process from the original claimant and provide your contact details (or consent to the jurisdiction of any judicial district in which the service provider may be found, if you are outside of the U.S.).
  • For sending your counter-notification, use our Contact page. We strongly recommend using email.

Repeat Offenders Policy

We are stern about copyright infringement. To comply with the DMCA’s repeat infringer policy, we keep track of DMCA notices from copyright holders and strive to identify repeat infringers. We will terminate the accounts of those who consistently infringe upon our internal policy.

Policy Changes

We reserve the authority to modify the content of this page, including our approach to DMCA complaints, at any time and for any reason. We suggest you review this policy regularly to stay updated with any changes.