Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Notice

If you believe that material available on our site, violates your copyright, please notify us by providing a DMCA notice. Upon receipt of a valid and complete notification, we will remove the material and make good faith efforts to contact the user who published the material by email.

Our site is a publishing platform where we often use copyrighted material in commentary or journalism or turn material into something original. Therefore, before submitting a DMCA notice, it is important to consider whether the manner in which the materials are used falls under fair use.

If you are unsure whether material on our site violates your copyright, or if it is subject to fair use protection, you should first consider seeking legal advice.

On our site, if you find a link that points to a media file/Software. Then those files are stored elsewhere on the internet and are not part of our website. This website is not responsible for them, only collects data from the internet and publishes it.

If your copyrighted material has been indexed by and you wish the material to be removed, you must provide a written communication with an appropriate reference to the content you claim ownership of.

This message should contain the following:

The exact name and URL of your copyrighted material.

Contact information so we can contact you (street address, phone and email)

Concrete proof that you own the copyright to the content or proof that you are a representative of the person/company that owns the content.

For such requests, please email us directly at Go to Contact us.

We recommend that if you really want to permanently remove your copyrighted material from the internet, you should contact the administrator of the physical URL where your copyrighted material is stored.

We will reply to every request except for automated bot messages or messages that do not have the information listed above. Please note that it may take up to 48 hours to process your request.

Don’t bother sending your request to our ISP, hosting company or anyone else, it will just take MORE time to process your request.

As for us, we reserve the right to oppose abuse of the DMCA process, and the use of this form does not rule that out.