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The “DMCA” is complied with by We will address any infringement notices and pursue appropriate legal action in compliance (“DMCA”) and other relevant intellectual property laws.

Once your copyrighted work has been posted to, if you would like it removed or if our search engine returns hyperlinks, you must submit a formal request with the details listed in the following section.

You will be responsible for damages (including costs and legal fees) if you misrepresent anything displayed on our website that infringes your copyrights. For legal advice on this topic, we recommend that you get in touch with an attorney.

The following information must be included in your claim of copyright infringement:

  • Present proof that the authorized agent acts on behalf of the person whose exclusive right is being allegedly violated.
  • Kindly provide sufficient contact details to enable us to contact you. A functional email account is also necessary.
  • You must include at least one search term under which the item appears in the search results, along with sufficient details about the copyrighted property allegedly infringed upon.
  • A statement expressing the complaining party’s sincere belief that the content’s use in the manner being complained of has been forbidden by the law, the copyright owner, or its agent.
  • A declaration certifying, under penalty of perjury, the integrity of the data in the notification and the complaining party’s legitimacy as the owner of the purportedly infringed exclusive right.
  • It must be signed by the purportedly violated exclusive right’s owner or an authorized agent.

Send the domain registrant an email with the notice of infringement.

Please allow us up to ten days to answer your email. Emailing third parties, like our I.S.P., with your complaint won’t expedite the process and could delay your response because the complaint wasn’t sent inappropriately.