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Procedure for Reporting Copyright Infringement Claims:
If you believe the copyright in your work has been violated through this Website, please contact copyright agents for notice of claims of copyright infringement. For your complaint to be valid under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA), you must provide the following information when providing notice of the claimed copyright infringement, which Get may then forward to the alleged infringer:
Appealing a Claim of Copyright Infringement Made Under the DMCA (Counter-Notification)
If dueclix.com has informed you that we have removed content you posted on the site because we received notice from a third party that the content infringes their copyright(s), and this was under the notice and counter-notice procedures of the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), then you are able to file a counter-notification under the DMCA. This page has more information about appealing the removal of your content, in appropriate circumstances, by submitting a DMCA counter-notification.
Why was my content removed?
dueclix.com respects the copyrights of others, and we prohibit users from uploading, posting or otherwise transmitting on dueclix.com any materials that infringe another party's copyrights.
What is the DMCA, and how does it affect me?
dueclix.com complies with the notice and take down procedures defined in section 512(c) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”). While dueclix.com does not tolerate copyright infringement, we also do not tolerate false claims of infringement. If your content was removed under the notice and counter-notice procedures of the DMCA, and you believe it was removed as a result of mistake or misidentification, you are able to file a DMCA counter-notification.
How does the DMCA counter-notification process work?
Upon submission of an effective DMCA counter-notification, we will promptly forward it to the reporting party. If the reporting party does not notify us that they have filed an action seeking a federal court order to restrain you from engaging in infringing activity on dueclix.com related to the material in question within 10-14 business days, we will promptly restore eligible content under the DMCA.
In rare instances, we may not be able to restore content due to technical limitations. In that event, we’ll send you an update letting you know you may repost the content to the site at your discretion.
An effective DMCA counter-notification must contain your name, address and telephone number, among other information, and the party who reported your content can use that information to assist them in filing an action against you in court. This means that dueclix.com is required to pass the contact information you provide in the counter-notification to the reporting party.
Restored content will not be counted against you if your account is ever reviewed for potentially violating our policies about repeat infringement.
How do I know whether I should file a counter-notification?
If you are uncertain whether you should file a DMCA counter-notification, we recommend that you seek the advice of an attorney, ideally one who specializes in intellectual property law.
There may be adverse legal consequences if you submit a false DMCA counter-notification or submit one in bad faith. If you file a false counter-notification, you could be liable for damages and attorney’s fees under section 512(f) of the DMCA, among other things.
After taking all of the above into careful consideration, if you believe that content that you posted on the site was removed as a result of mistake or misidentification, you may file a DMCA counter-notification.
Reporting a Violation or Infringement of Your Rights:
What right is being violated or infringed?
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