Act on Intellectual Property in the Digital Era: New Millennium Guidelines
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As owners of intellectual property, we demand that others respect our rights just as we do for theirs. For the purpose of receiving takedown requests submitted in accordance with Section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Chapter 17, United States Code, we have selected the following organization as our DMCA Agent (c). We are an ISP and are thus free from responsibility for such infringement allegations under the “safe harbor” provisions of the DMCA. If you wish to file a good faith infringement claim against us, you must do so by giving us notice that contains the information below:

Claim and Infringement Notification

a physical or electronic signature from the copyright holder (or a representative with that holder’s consent); 2. Exact identification of the allegedly infringing work under copyright; 3. Clearly identifying the illegal content that needs to be deleted and providing details that will allow the service provider to find it. By supplying us with the URL of the allegedly inappropriate page, you may aid us in locating the offending content;
4. Contact information including your name, postal address, email, phone, and fax; 6. A declaration that the data in the notification is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the exclusive right in the material. 5. A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that the use of the material is prohibited by the copyright agent.

Anybody who knowingly and materially falsifies facts in a notification of infringement according to Section 17 USC 512(c) is liable to civil damage penalties, which also include expenses and attorney fees (3).

Any requests for the removal of content should be sent to the Contact page. Email is the best option if you want people to read your message immediately.

Please be advised that if we receive a copyright infringement complaint, we may disclose your name and other information to the alleged offender. You acknowledge, agree, and accept that the alleged infringer may learn who you are and what you are claiming.

Notice of Rebuttal: Content Recovery

You have the option to file a counter notice asking for the reinstatement of any content that has been taken down from the website following a copyright infringement claim. Section 512(g)(3) of the 17 USC requires that written notification to our DMCA Agent include the following details in full:

1. Your physical or digital signature.
(2) A thorough justification of the deleted information, together with its previous location.
(3) A written declaration made under penalty of perjury stating that you have a sincere belief that the content was removed or disabled by mistake.
4. Your name, address, and phone number, along with a declaration that you will accept service of process from the person who initially reported the alleged infringement, and that you consent to the jurisdiction of the federal district court for the judicial district where the address is located (or, if you are outside of the United States, that you consent to jurisdiction in any judicial district in which the service provider may be found).
5. To send your counter-notice, please visit our Contact page. Email use is strongly advised.

recommendations for repeat offenders

We don’t tolerate copyright infringement of any kind. As mandated by the repeat infringement policy of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we monitor the DMCA notifications we get from rights holders and try our best to hunt down any repeat infringers. Accounts of those who are discovered to be repeat infringers will be closed.


This page’s content, including our DMCA takedown notification policy, is subject to change at any time and for any reason. You should check back here frequently to review the most recent policy changes and the current version.