Notice of Claimed Infringement
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act governs all photo complaints in which an individual who either owns, or represents the owner of copyrighted material (i.e. photos) is claiming that someone has misused their copyrighted materials without permission. If you are the copyright holder, or a representative of a copyright holder and you would like to make an infringement complaint, or counter an infringement complaint, about content on our site, please reference the “DMCA Notice” section below, and follow the instructions given.
If you are NOT the copyright holder (i.e. you don’t own the pictures) but would like to bring to our attention the potential misuse of photos, (i.e. you think we have photos online that are not of the actual advertiser, or are of a famous celebrity or model), please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Photo Complaint.”
We welcome and encourage all valid DMCA complaints. However, please be aware that we have also received increasingly numerous fraudulent DMCA complaints. Our Company has thus far not pursued legal action against those who abuse the DMCA notice and takedown policy for fraudulent purposes. However, we specifically reserve the right to pursue claims in a court of law against any company or individual that causes our company to suffer damages or attorneys fees resulting from fraudulent or abusive DMCA complaints.
If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, or your intellectual property rights have been otherwise violated, please provide the following information to the Site’s Copyright Agent:
We reserve the right to contact all individuals who file DMCA complaints to help us confirm that the complaint was sent in conformance with all applicable federal laws.
Our copyright agent can be reached as follows:
email@example.com (Please put Copyright Infringement in the subject line)
The Site may, under appropriate circumstances and at our own discretion, disable and/or terminate the accounts of users who may be repeat infringers.