DMCA Policy at Understanding DMCA Compliance is committed to addressing claims of copyright infringement in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) and other relevant intellectual property laws. Our actions in response to these claims may include removing or blocking access to allegedly infringing material, terminating a user’s access to, or taking other appropriate measures.

Submitting a Copyright Infringement Notification If you believe that any content on infringes upon your copyright, you are encouraged to submit a notification of copyright infringement. This process is outlined in the “Submitting a DMCA Copyright Infringement Notice” section. It’s important that these requests are made by the copyright owner or their authorized representative.

Notice and Counter-Notice Process When we take action on a notice of alleged infringement, we will inform the user who posted the affected content, providing them an opportunity to submit a counter notification, as detailed in the “Counter-Notification Process” section. We keep a record of all notices of alleged infringement that we act upon.

Language Requirements for Notifications All notifications of copyright infringement and counter-notifications must be in English. Notifications in other languages or using foreign characters may be deemed non-compliant and ignored at our discretion.

Submitting a DMCA Copyright Infringement Notice Initiating a legal process for content removal should be done carefully. False claims can lead to account suspension or other legal repercussions. You can submit a copyright infringement notification to using our form at, designed to accurately identify the content and expedite its removal.

Free-form copyright infringement notifications must include:

  • Identification of the copyrighted work you believe has been infringed or, if multiple works, a representative list.
  • Precise identification of the material you believe is infringing, including specific URLs.
  • Contact information including your name, address, telephone number, and email (if available).
  • A statement of good faith belief that the use of the material is unauthorized.
  • A statement that the information in the notice is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, you are the copyright owner or authorized to act on their behalf.
  • A full legal name as a signature at the bottom of your complaint.

Our designated copyright agent is not authorized to accept or waive service of formal legal process without prior express permission. Failure to comply with all DMCA requirements may render your notice ineffective. Knowingly misrepresenting material or activity on as infringing may result in liability for damages.

Counter-Notification Process If you believe material you posted on was mistakenly removed, you can file a counter-notification. This must be done by the original uploader or their authorized agent.

Send counter-notifications to our designated agent:

Email: [email protected]

The counter-notification must include:

  • Your name, address, phone number, and signature.
  • Identification of the removed content and its prior location.
  • A statement under penalty of perjury that the content was removed by mistake or misidentification.
  • A statement consenting to the jurisdiction of the U.S. Federal District Court in your area and agreeing to accept service of process from the original DMCA notice provider.

We will forward your Counter Notice to the original complainant, informing them that the material may be restored unless we receive notice of legal action against you. When forwarding the Counter Notice, your personal information will be included. Please note that we will only forward the counter notification to the original claimant, law enforcement, or parties assisting us in protecting our rights.