Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy
We are pleased to have you visit TDL (thedifferentlanguages.com). In the same way that those who possess intellectual property rights should respect ours, we must respect theirs. In accordance with Title 17, United States Code, Section 512(c), our DMC Agent can receive takedown notices from the owners of copyright. Internet service providers are protected from infringement claims under the DMCA’s “safe harbor” provisions. In order to investigate a good faith infringement claim, we need to receive notice from you that sets forth the following information:
Notice of Infringement – Claim
- (A person authorized by the owner of a copyright); the holder of all copyrights, or a holder of the copyrights authorized by him or her;
- The alleged copyright infringement;
- Providers need to be able to identify and provide details about the location of the infringing material in order to locate it. [Please indicate the URL of the alleged offending page so we can identify it];
- Contact information, such as the complainant’s name, address, email address, phone number, and fax number, which will assist the provider in reaching the complaining party;
- An indication of whether the complainant believes that the copyright agent is utilizing this material unauthorized;
- The owner’s declaration that the information in the notice is true and the complaining party has authorized them to act on its behalf. A person who, in a notification of infringement, knowingly and materially misrepresents certain information can be fined under 17 USC *512(f), including legal costs and attorney’s fees, according to the provisions under 17 USC *512(c)(3).
You can contact us for all takedown requests. Please contact us via email for a response. In response to copyright infringement claims, we may share a claimant’s identity and contact information with them. A claim is submitted by the individual you claim is infringing.
Counter-Notification – Restoring Material
When you receive notice that material has been taken down for copyright infringement, you may provide us with a counter-notification. Afterwards, the materials in question may be returned to the site.
A DMCA agent must receive notification in writing, along with all of the following elements, as required by 17 USC 512(g)(3):
- Your signature matters, whether it is physical or electronic.
- A description of what is to be removed and the location of the original site.
- You report that the material was taken down or disabled because it was misidentified under penalty of perjury.
- Your name, address, and telephone number, as well as a statement that you consent to the jurisdiction of any court that can resolve an infringement case (if overseas), and that you will accept personal service from the person or company who originally notified you of the infringement.
- On the Contact page, you can send a counter-notice. By email, you can reach out easily.
Policy on Repeat Infringers
Taking copyright infringement seriously is one of our priorities. In compliance with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we track DMCA notices and do our best to identify repeat infringers. Repeat infringers whose accounts are terminated on our internal policy.
We reserve the right to modify these contents and its policy concerning DMCA claims at any time. Changing the policy should be checked frequently to ensure it has not changed.