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We expect others to treat our intellectual property rights with the same regard that we do. A takedown notice may be issued to us via our DMCA Agent given below by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title 17, United States Code, Section 512(c), which authorizes copyright owners or their representatives to do so.

In line with the “safe harbor” provisions of the DMCA, we are qualified to assert a defense against accusations of infringement as an internet service provider. You must send us to notice that includes the following details to maintain a good faith infringement claim:

Notification of Claims of Infringement

The name and details that make it reasonably possible for the service provider to locate the material that needs to be removed from the site. 1. The physical or digital signature of the copyright holder (or their agent); 2. The identification of the allegedly infringing work; and 3.

To help us find the allegedly offensive page, kindly provide its URL. Information that is essential to permit the service provider to contact the complaining party, such as your name, postal address, email address, phone number, and fax number.

A statement indicating the party complaining sincerely believes they are prohibited from utilizing the content by the copyright agent. a statement under penalty of perjury that the information in the notification is accurate and that the complaining party has authorized to act on their behalf.This post is sponsored by our partners Wigs

Under 17 USC 512(c), civil damage penalties, which include costs and lawyers’ fees, may be imposed on anybody who wilfully and flagrantly misrepresents specific facts in a notification of infringement.

Takedown requests must be submitted via our Contact page. Send by email if you’d like a quick response.

Please be aware that we reserve the right to provide the suspected infringer with our identity and any copyright infringement complaints we receive. You recognize, acknowledge, and consent to the possibility that the alleged infringer will discover you’re identity and the specifics of your claim if you make a claim.

Restoration of Materials – Counter Notification

If you wish content removed from the website following a copyright infringement claim to be reinstated, please send us a counter-notification. As per 17 USC Section 512(g), said notice must be in writing and addressed to our DMCA Agent (3). Fundamentally, it has to include the following elements:

  • Your written or digital signature. A brief justification of the deleted content and the URL where it was formerly located.
  • A declaration made under oath declaring that you have a good faith conviction that a mistake or inaccurate identification of the content that was meant to be removed or otherwise made accessible is the reason why the content was taken down or made inaccessible.
  • Your name, address, and telephone number, together with a statement that you would accept service of process from the person or business that first reported the violation (or, if you are outside of the United States, that you will submit to the jurisdiction of any judicial district in which the service provider may be found).
  • Use our Contact page to send your counter-notification. Email is strongly advised.
  • The Repeat Offender Process

We take copyright violations extremely seriously. We track DMCA notices from copyright holders and try to spot any repeat offenders by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s repeat infringer policy requirements.

Users whose accounts are terminated for violating our internal repeat infringer policy.


We reserve the right to make any changes to the information on this page, including how DMCA complaints are handled, at any time and for any reason. It is advised that you constantly examine this policy and look for updates.