Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy

Greetings from the “Site” at as we expect others to respect our rights, we also respect others’ intellectual property rights. According to Section 512(c) of the United States Code, Title 17, Digital Millennium Copyright Act, a copyright owner or their representative may send us a takedown request by using the DMCA Agent that is mentioned below.

Under the DMCA’s “safe harbor” rules, we, as internet service providers, are permitted to assert protection from said infringement allegations. You must send us notice that includes the following details to file a good faith infringement claim:

Notice of Infringement – Claim

1. The copyright owner’s signature, either in person or electronically, or the signature of a proxy;
2. The identification of the allegedly infringed copyrighted work;
3. The identification of the content that is infringing and details that are fairly enough to help the service provider find the content. [To help us identify the allegedly violating work, please submit the URL of the page in question];
4. Data that is reasonably necessary to enable the service provider to get in touch with the person who filed the complaint, such as your name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and fax number;
5. A declaration that the party complaining believes, in good faith, that the copyright agent has not authorized the use of the content.
6. 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 the copyright owner’s behalf.

Anyone who intentionally and materially misrepresents any information in a notification of infringement under 17 USC §512(c)(3) faces civil damage penalties, including costs and attorney fees, under Title 17 USC §512(f).

All takedown requests should be sent via our Contact page. Send via email only for quick response.

Please be aware that we might disclose to the alleged infringer the identity and details of any copyright infringement allegation we receive. By filing a claim, you acknowledge, accept, and consent to the possibility that the claimed infringer will learn your identity and the details of your claim.

Counter Notification – Restoration of Material

You can try to get the material in question back up on the website by sending us a counternotification if you have received a notice that it is being removed due to a copyright infringement claim. By 17 USC Section 512(g)(3), said notification must be made in writing to our DMCA Agent and substantially comprise the following elements:

1. Your signature, either digital or tactile.
2. An explanation of the content removed as well as its original location before removal.
3. A declaration made under penalty of perjury stating your sincere belief that the material was disabled or removed due to an error in identifying the material that needed to be removed.

4. Name, address, phone number, and a declaration that you will accept service of process from the individual or business that sent the initial infringement notification; additionally, you agree to submit to the authority over the federal district court for the judicial district in which the address is located (or, if you are not a US citizen, to the jurisdiction of any judicial district in which the service provider may be found).
5. Use our Contact page to send your counter-notice. It is highly advised to use email.

Repeat Infringer Policy

We take the infringement of copyright extremely seriously. In compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s repeat infringer policy requirements, we keep track of copyright holders’ DMCA notices and try our best to identify repeat infringers. Accounts of those who break our internal repeat infringer policy will be closed.


We reserve the right, at any time and for any cause, to change this page’s content as well as its DMCA claim handling procedures. It is recommended that you revisit this page often to take note of any updates to this policy.