This page is to describe how DMCA works and make sure that you are in compliance with your request. It is also there so we can provide the best support possible:
Please note what DCMA Protects:
The DMCA safe harbors offer protection against (i) copyright claims (ii) under U.S. law when the source of an alleged infringement is the (iii) conduct of the OSP’s end-users. Therefore, the safe harbors do not protect against:
- Non-copyright claims, such as trademark infringement, unfair competition, rights of publicity, invasion of privacy, defamation, etc.
- Copyright claims under a foreign law;
- The OSP’s own, direct infringing activities; or
- The OSP acting in concert with users to create infringements.
What is required for a DMCA Request:
Requirements for DMCA-compliant notice. An effective take-down notice must contain “substantially” the following:
- Identification of the copyrighted work or works that the copyright holder claims have been infringed (or a representative list of such works);
- Identification of the material that is said to infringe, and sufficient information for the OSP to locate that matter on its website;
- Contact information for the copyright holder or its agent;
- A statement that the complainant believes in good faith that the use of the allegedly infringed material is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent or the law; and
- A statement that the above information is accurate and (the following part under penalty of perjury) that the complainant is the owner or is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the copyright, or is the owner of one of the exclusive rights under copyright law that is allegedly infringed.
- A physical or electronic signature of the copyright holder or its agent. (§512(c)(3).)
We take every complaint seriously as long as it follows the above guidelines and meets the standards outlined.
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU CREATE AN ACCOUNT AND CLAIM THE LISTING SO YOU CAN MODIFY IT ACCORDINGLY.