DMCA Policy

This Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy (the “Policy”) applies to the website (the “Website” or the “Service”). This policy explains how the owner of this website (thus “Operator,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) responds to copyright infringement complaints and how you (hence “you” or “your”) may submit a copyright infringement complaint, as well as any of its linked goods and services (collectively, “Services”).

We give intellectual property protection the utmost importance, and we anticipate that our users and their authorized agents will feel the same way. It is our policy to respond to reports of alleged copyright infringement as soon as possible in compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) of 1998.

What should be taken into account before making a copyright objection?

Think about if the use might qualify as fair use before bringing up a copyright concern to us. According to fair use, brief passages of protected information may, under certain circumstances, be cited verbatim for particular purposes. For instance, analysis, news reporting, teaching, and research without the need for consent from or payment to the owner of the copyright. If, after considering fair use, you still want to file a copyright protest, you might want to first get in touch with the client who was referred to see if you can resolve the issue amicably with them.

If it’s not too much bother, you may mention that if you’re not sure whether the item you’re describing is really invading. Then, before filing a warning with us, you might want to speak with a lawyer.

A duplicate of your notification or counter-warning may be shared with the record holder who allegedly participated in the invading action or for distribution at our discretion or as required by law. assuming you are concerned that outsiders will receive your data. Then, you might choose to hire a professional to report invading material on your behalf.

Warnings of Infringement

If you are a copyright owner or expert, you acknowledge that any material available on our administrations infringes on your copyrights. Then, in accordance with the DMCA, you may submit a written copyright infringement warning (“Notice”) using the contact information provided below.

Beginning a DMCA protest recording marks the start of a predefined legal cycle. Your protest will be evaluated for accuracy, validity, and conclusion. If your complaint meets these criteria, our response can include the removal or restriction of access to the allegedly invading material.

In the event that, following a warning of purported encroachment, we remove, restrict access to materials, or end any records. Then, we shall make a sincere effort to reach out to the affected client and inform them of the expulsion or restriction of access. This could include a complete copy of your Notice, including your name, address, phone number, and email address. It also includes instructions for writing a counter-warning.

Regardless of anything in this Strategy that deviates from the norm. On the off occasion that it doesn’t adhere to all of the requirements of the DMCA for such warnings, the Administrator retains the power to take no action after receiving a DMCA copyright infringement notice.


Under Sections 512(g)(2) and (3) of the US Copyright Act, a customer who receives a copyright encroachment warning may file a counter-Notice. If you receive a copyright infringement warning. That suggests that the information described in the warning was taken out of our Administrations. If it’s not too much difficulty, set aside some time to read the Warning, which stores information about the notification we received. a counter-warning with us to record. You must provide a written letter in compliance with the DMCA requirements for that.

Please take that into consideration if you are unsure whether a certain piece of content violates any laws. For example, the fact that the material or action was accidentally deleted, curtailed, or misidentified. If so, you might want to speak with a lawyer before issuing a counter-warning.

Despite anything in any part of this Strategy that deviates from the usual. When receiving a counter-warning, the Administrator retains the necessary power to do nothing. Providing we receive a counter-notice that accepts the terms of 17 U.S.C. 512(g). The person who recorded the first Warning could then receive it.

The cycle portrayed in this approach does not limit our ability to look for different treatments we might require to deal with thought intrusion.

Corrections and changes

We reserve the right to make any necessary changes to this Strategy or the agreements relating to the Site. When we do, you will receive an email from us with instructions.

Announcing copyright encroachment

In the unlikely event that you would like to inform us of the infringing content or action, please do so. then you can use the contact us form to do so.