The website www.techchives.com (the “Website” or the “Service”) is subject to this Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy (the “Policy”). Any of its connected goods and services (collectively, “Services”) and describes how this website’s operator (hence “Operator,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) responds to complaints of copyright infringement and how you (hereinafter “you” or “your”) may file a complaint of copyright infringement.
We give intellectual property protection the utmost importance, and we anticipate that our users and their authorized agents will feel the same way. It is our aim to react to reports of suspected copyright infringement as soon as possible in compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) of 1998.
What to consider prior to presenting a copyright complaint?
Before sending us a copyright complaint, take into account whether the use qualifies as fair use. According to fair use, short quotes from copyrighted work may, in certain cases, be used verbatim for things like criticism, news reporting, teaching, and research without the copyright holder’s consent or payment.
Please note that you may want to speak with an attorney before submitting a notification with us if you are unclear if the content you are reporting is indeed infringing.
In order to comply with the DMCA, you must provide personal information in the copyright infringement notification. You might want to employ an agent to report infringing material on your behalf if you’re worried about the protection of your personal information.
Warnings of encroachment:
Providing you are a copyright owner, expert, or both, and you acknowledge that any material available on our administrations violates your copyrights. Then, in accordance with the DMCA, you may submit a written copyright infringement warning (“Notice”) using the contact information provided below.
Beginning a DMCA protest recording marks the start of a predefined legal cycle. Your objection will be evaluated for accuracy, validity, and conclusion. If your complaint meets these criteria, our response can include the removal or restriction of access to the allegedly invading material.
In the event that, following a warning of purported encroachment, we remove, restrict access to items, or discontinue any records. Then, in good faith, we shall make an effort to reach out to the affected customer and inform them of the removal or restriction of access. This might include a complete copy of your Notice, including your name, address, phone number, and email address. It also includes instructions for writing a counter-warning.
Regardless of anything in this Strategy that deviates from the usual. On the odd occasion that it doesn’t adhere to all of the requirements of the DMCA for such warnings, the Administrator has the power to take no action after receiving a DMCA copyright infringement notification.
According to sections 512(g)(2) and (3) of the US Copyright Act, a customer who receives a copyright encroachment warning may file a counter-Notice. If you receive a copyright infringement warning. That suggests that the information described in the warning was taken out of our Administrations. If it’s not too difficult, set aside some time to read the Warning, which stores information about the notification we received. A counter-warning with us to record. You must provide a written letter in compliance with the DMCA requirements for that.
Please take it into consideration if you are unsure whether a given piece of content violates any laws. For example, the fact that the content or activity was inadvertently deleted, curtailed, or misidentified. If so, you might want to speak with a lawyer before issuing a counter-warning.
Despite anything in any part of this Strategy that deviates from the usual. When receiving a counter-warning, the Administrator retains the necessary power to do nothing. Providing we receive a counter-notice that accepts the terms of 17 U.S.C. 512(g). The person who recorded the first Warning might then get it.
The cycle depicted in this Approach doesn’t restrict our capacity to seek after some other cures we might need to address thought encroachment.
Changes and corrections:
We still have complete authority to change this Strategy or any of its conditions relating to the Site. When we do, you will receive an email from us with instructions.
Announcing copyright encroachment:
In the unlikely event that you feel compelled to alert us to the oncoming object or activity. The contact us form would be the best place to accomplish that.