Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA)
We respect the rights of copyright holders and will work with any copyright holder to ensure that infringing material is removed from our service.
We monitor all files and contents we upload to make sure that copyrighted material is not uploaded. In case we need to, we will give deserved credit to the content owner with reference URL.
However where you feel a file or content infringes on your copyright or the copyright of someone you represent, you can submit a DMCA take-down notice via our email email@example.com
We will review the notice and if found valid we will remove the file or content from our website in compliance with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), and other applicable intellectual property laws. After this, we will notify the copyright owner of the withdrawal.
If you submitting a take-down notice on behalf of the copyright holder kindly state your relationship to the owner of the copyrighted work, your full contact information, and the URL of the work you are referring to.
However, in a situation where the DCMA take-down notice is adjudge invalid after review, we will send a counter notice to the copyright holder. The copyright holder is permissible under the DCMA law to further initiate legal proceedings within 10 working days. If the copyright holder does not initiate any legal proceedings after 10 working days, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act permits us to re-instate the file or content.