Date Posted: July 25, 2011
This policy lists our requirements for notice of copyright infringement and for responses to such a notice if you or your materials are accused.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (the “DMCA”) provides recourse for copyright owners who believe that material appearing on the Internet infringes their rights under U.S. copyright law. We use the DMCA procedures regarding incidents of copyright infringement.
If you in good faith believe that any material available on this website infringes your copyright, you may send a notification of such infringement to our Designated Agent, as set forth below in Section 3. If you are a subscriber to this website and you in good faith believe that your material has been wrongly taken down due to suspicion of copyright infringement, the DMCA permits you to send our Designated Agent a counter-notice.
Notices and counter-notices must meet the then-current statutory requirements imposed by the DMCA. See http://www.copyright.gov/laws/ for details. We suggest that you consult your legal advisor before filing a notice or counter-notice.
To notify us of copyright infringement, please send a written communication to our Designated Agent. Such written communication should include the following:
If you are a subscriber and we have taken down your materials due to suspicion of copyright infringement, you may dispute the alleged infringement by sending a written notification to our Designated Agent. Such written communication should include the following:
Please send all notices required by this policy to our Designated Agent at email@example.com, 212-207-4790, Net Texts, Inc., 126 East 56th St., 30th floor, NY, NY 10022
In appropriate circumstances, we will terminate the accounts of subscribers who are repeat copyright infringers.
We may revise this policy at any time, including by posting new versions on this website.
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