Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy (DMCA)

I would like to welcome you to (the “Site”). It is our goal to respect the intellectual property rights of others. It is also our expectation that others will respect our rights. A copyright owner or their agent can send us a takedown notice via our DMCA agent as outlined in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title 17, United States Code, Section 512 (c). In accordance with the “safe harbor” provisions of the DMCA, we are entitled to protection from violations claims. You should send us a notice with the following information for the violation claim:

Notice of Infringement – Claims

  1. Copyright owners (or anyone authorized to act on their behalf) must sign a physical or electronic copy;
  2. Identify the copyrighted work which is alleged to have been infringed;
  3. You must identify the infringing material and provide the service provider with enough information so that they can identify it. To identify the alleged page to complain about, please submit the URL of the question page;
  4. In addition to name, physical address, email address, phone number and fax number, reasonable information should be provided, so that the service provider can contact the complaining team;
  5. The complaining party should state that it believes the copyright agent has not authorized the use of this material;
  6. This notification contains accurate information and the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner under penalty of perjury..

Anyone who knowingly and materially misrepresents certain information in violation of 17 USC *512 (c) (3) is subject to a civil damages penalty under 17 USC *512 (f). Please use our contact page to send all takedown notices. We will respond as soon as possible by email.

If we receive a copyright infringement claim, we may share the alleged infringer’s identity and information. The alleged infringer understands and agrees that your identity and claim may be disclosed when you submit a claim..

Counter Notification – Material Recovery

  1. A copyright infringement notice can lead to the material in question being removed. To counter the notice, please send us a counter notice. Our DMCA agent must receive the notice in writing and it must include the following elements in compliance with 17 USC section 512 (g) (3):
  2. Physically or electronically sign the notice.
  3. Before the material is taken down, it should be described and its origin given.
  4. Under penalty of perjury, say you have a good faith belief the removal or disability was caused by a mistake or misidentification of the material.
  5. If you are located outside the United States, you must state any Judicial District where the service provider can be found) and that you are a staff member from the company and need not take notice of those who provided the original infringement.
  6. Fill out our contact form to submit a counter-notice. We recommend emailing us..

Repeat violation policy

Infringements of copyright are taken very seriously by us. As required by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act re-infringement policy, we keep a list of DMCA notices from copyright holders and seek a trust agreement to identify repeat infringers. The account of anyone who violates our recurrence policy will be terminated.


Please be aware that we reserve the right to make any changes to this page and its policy at any time for any reason, to handle DMCA complaints. Please check back often to make sure that you are aware of any updates.