Policy Regarding the Digital Millennium Copyright Act!

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In the same way that we expect people to respect our rights, we also respect the rights of others to their own intellectual property. Owners of protected works or their representatives may request removal of content by contacting our DMCA Agent as specified in Section 512(c) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title 17, United States Code. According to the DMCA’s “safe harbour” rules, as an ISP we are protected from such allegations of infringement. For a claim of good faith infringement to be considered, you must provide us with notification that includes the following details:

Legal Claim for Infringement and Notice of Intended Action

The following items must be included with a takedown request to the service provider: 1. the copyright owner’s (or authorised agent’s) physical or electronic signature; 2. the identified copyrighted work; 3. the identified infringing material, along with information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to locate the material. To help us locate the allegedly infringing material, [please provide the URL of the page in concern];
Name, physical address, email address, telephone number, and fax number; 5. A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that the use of the material is unauthorised by the copyright agent; and 6. A statement that the information in the notification is accurate, and, under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorised to act on b.

Any person who intentionally and substantially misrepresents information in a notification of infringement under 17 USC 512(c) is subject to civil damage penalties, including costs and attorney fees, as set out in Title 17 USC 512(f) (3).

Please use our Contact page to report any content you’d like removed. When you need a quick response, send an email.

Any report of copyright infringement may result in our disclosing the claimant’s identify and other details to the alleged infringer. To file a claim, you must acknowledge and agree that the accused infringer may be notified of your identify and the nature of your claim.

Rebuttal Notification: Content Recovery

If content was removed from the site due to an allegation of copyright infringement, you can submit a counter notification requesting its reinstatement. Under Section 512(g)(3) of the 17 USC, such a notice must be provided to our DMCA Agent in writing and must include substantially the following information:

1. a printed or digital signature from you.
Second, a detailed explanation of the content that was removed, including its prior position.
Third, a sworn declaration explaining why you think the information was mistakenly deleted or deactivated (under penalty of perjury) while in fact you have a firm opinion that it was not.
Four: Your name, address, and telephone number, and a statement that you consent to the jurisdiction of the federal district court for the judicial district in which 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), and that you will accept service of process from the person or company who provided the original infringement notification.
5. Please use the Contact page to send your counter-notice. Transmission by electronic mail is strongly suggested.

Consequences for Repeat Offenders

We have a zero-tolerance policy on copyright infringement. As required under the DMCA’s repeat infringement policy, we keep track of DMCA takedown requests received from rights holders and actively seek out repeat offenders. Anyone who is found to be a repeat infringer will have their accounts closed.


This page, including our policy on DMCA takedown notices, may be updated at any moment. You should revisit this policy occasionally to check for updates.