DMCA Policy

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The following are the requirements for submitting DMCA notices of infringement and DMCA counter-notices to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

Requirements to be aware of:

Please review the prerequisites below.

Suppose you feel that material on or accessible through (the "Site" or "we") infringes on a copyright. In that case, you may send an infringement notice to, which must include all of the following information:

1. The signature of a legally authorized representative of the intellectual property owner whose rights are said to have been violated. You can send your signature electronically by typing your name.

2. An in-depth description of the allegedly infringing work

3. A detailed description of the material you think is infringing, including its exact location so we can find it. Please include the listing URL for each item you think is infringing.

4. The notifier's name and contact information, including name, address, phone number, and email address.

5. A statement that the notifier thinks this is not allowed by the copyright owner, agent, or the law.

6. A declaration that all the information in this notice is accurate and that you are the copyright owner's representative.

You may be liable for damages (including expenses and lawyers' fees) if you falsely claim that material is infringing. Please consult an attorney before sending a notification to (the "Site" or "we") if you are unsure whether the material is infringing. Other legal consequences may follow fraudulent or abusive notices.