1. If you own a copyright or your representative and believe that any content violates your copyright. You may submit a notice in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), providing our copyright agent with the following information in writing (see 17 USC 512 (c) (3) for details)
- A physical or electronic signature of a person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that he allegedly violated;
- Identification of copyrighted works that have been accused of being infringed, or if more copyrighted works are covered in a single online site by a single notification, a list of such work on the site ;
- Identification of material allegedly infringed or classified as needed and to be removed or denied access and reasonable information to allow the service provider to locate the material;
- Sufficient information to allow the service provider to communicate with you, such as your address, telephone number and, if available, an email;
- A statement believed to be in good faith that the use of the requested material is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent or by law; Y
- A statement that the information contained in the notification is accurate and punishable by the fact that it is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right allegedly infringed.
2. Our copyright representative, responsible for the infringement:
For the sake of clarity, only DMCA references should be directed to the copyright attorney; any other information, comments, requests for technical support and other communications should be directed to Wickedfacts. You acknowledge that if you do not meet all the requirements of this Section 9, your DMCA notice is invalidIf you believe that content that has been removed (or has been disabled) has not been violated or authorized by the copyright owner, you may send a counter-notification with the following information to the copyright owner:
3. If you believe that content that has been removed (or has been disabled) has not been violated or authorized by the copyright owner, you may send a counter-notification with the following information to the copyright owner:
- Your physical or electronic signature;
- Identify content that has been removed or disabled and content has appeared before deleting or disabling it;
- A statement that you believe in good faith that the content has been deleted or deactivated due to an error or misidentification of the content; Y
- Your name, address, telephone number, and email address, a statement that you accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Court in Los Angeles, California and a statement that you are processing the person’s claim to the alleged violation.
4. If the copyright lawyer receives a counter-notification, we may transmit a copy of the counter-notification to the original party of the complaint, which may replace the deleted content or may not deactivate it in 10 business days. If the copyright owner initiates an action requesting a court order against the content provider, member or user, deleted content may be replaced within 10 to 14 business days or more upon receipt of the complaint. At its sole discretion.