You can complain about our website using the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Certain rights and remedies for online copyright infringement are provided under the DMCA to copyright owners. If someone thinks that content on our website violates their copyright, they can submit a DMCA takedown notice.
The following details are frequently included in a DMCA takedown notice:
Identification of the infringing work: The notification must make it clear which work is protected by copyright and which is being violated. The title, author, or any other pertinent information might be provided in order to do this.
The location of the infringing material on our website should be mentioned in the notice as well as its identification. This might be a URL or any other pertinent details that aid in locating the particular material.
Contact information: The copyright owner’s or their authorised representative’s contact information should be included in the notification. Their name, address, phone number, and email address are often included.
The notice must include a statement of the copyright owner’s good faith conviction that the use of their copyrighted content is not permitted.
The notification should include a statement that the data it contains is correct and that the copyright owner is authorised to act on its behalf, both under penalty of perjury.
Signature: The copyright owner or a representative acting on their behalf must sign the notification.
We are required by law to take down or restrict access to the infringing content after receiving a legitimate DMCA takedown request. In case the person who posted the content feels the takedown was made in error, we may also let them know about the complaint and give them a chance to submit a counter-notice.
To prevent legal repercussions, it’s critical to take DMCA complaints seriously and reply to them very away. Please let us know if you think your material has been inappropriately targeted or if you have any other queries so that we can help you properly.