Notification of Copyright Infringement (DMCA)
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, or “DMCA,” is also known as 17 U.S.C. ยง512. Our website complies with its safe harbor requirements. In order to notify us of a copyright infringement, you must provide a written statement that essentially consists of the following:
Signature, either digital or real, from a representative of the owner of the allegedly violated exclusive right.
Name of the copyrighted work allegedly infringed upon, or, in the event that a single online notice covers several copyrighted works at the same location, a sample list of those works at that location.

Identification of the content that is allegedly infringing or the target of infringement, with the intention of removing it or blocking access to it, as well as information that is reasonably sufficient to let the service provider find the content. The greatest method to make it easier for us to find stuff quickly is to provide URLs in the body of emails.

Details like an address, phone number, and, if available, an email address where the complaining party can be reached, that are fairly sufficient to allow the service provider to get in touch with them.

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.

Under penalty of perjury, a declaration attesting to the accuracy of the information in the notification and the complaining party’s authority to act on behalf of the owner of the allegedly infringed exclusive right (note that under Section 512(f) anyone who knowingly and materially misrepresents that material or activity is infringing may be liable for damages). Stated differently, AVOID MAKING FALSE CLAIMS!

Next, email the infringement notice to: [email protected]