DMCA Copyright  is committed to upholding others’ intellectual property rights and predicts that its users will follow suit. To help copyright holders in preserving their rights, we offer the following information in compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and other related copyright laws.

Copyright Infringement Notification

If you think that the way your work has been utilized on violates your copyright, kindly provide the following details to our designated copyright agent:

A physical or digital signature from the copyright holder or a designated representative.

The list of copyrighted works that are covered by a single notification, or the identification of the copyrighted work that is allegedly infringed upon, if more than one copyrighted work is involved.

It is necessary to identify the content that is purportedly infringing or the target of infringement, remove it, or restrict access to it. We also need fairly sufficient information to help us find the content. This ought to contain the material’s particular URL or other distinguishing code.

Information that is reasonably necessary for us to contact the person who brought the complaint, such as the address, phone number, and, if provided, email address of the complaining party.

a declaration indicating that the complaining party believes, in good faith, that the copyright owner, its agent, or the law has prohibited the use of the content in the way that is being complained of.

a declaration attesting to the accuracy of the information in the notification and attesting, under penalty of perjury, to the complaining party’s authority to act on behalf of the owner of the allegedly violated exclusive right.Kindly forward this information to dmca, our certified copyright agent.

Retaliation Notification

You have the option to file a counter-notification if you think that an error or misidentification led to the removal of your content or the deactivation of access to it. A counter-notification needs to contain the following to be effective:

Your signature, digital or tangible.

Name of the content that has been taken down or to which access has been restricted, together with the URL or other unique identifier.

a declaration made under penalty of perjury stating that you sincerely believe the material was disabled or removed due to error or misidentification.

Name, address, and phone number; as well as a declaration that you will accept service of process from the individual who first provided the notification of infringement and that you agree to the jurisdiction of the federal district court for the judicial district in which the address is located, or, if the address is outside of the United States, for whichever court district the service provider might be located in.

Kindly forward this information to our assigned copyright representative at the above-mentioned address.

Recurring Violists

If it is found that a user is repeatedly violating copyright, has the authority to delete their account. We may take such action when we receive three legitimate reports of copyright infringement about content created by users.


Please be aware that this is not legal advice; rather, it is provided solely for informative purposes. Please speak with an experienced attorney if you have any legal inquiries or concerns regarding copyright infringement.