Copyright & DMCA

Digital Millennium Copyright Act - Notification Policy

All images displayed on this website are protected by copyright. You are licensed to use images only for authorized use.'s policy is to remove all images that violate copyright laws. Please contact us to request that images be removed or properly assigned.

It is our policy to promptly respond to notices of alleged copyright infringement that comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. In addition, we will promptly terminate the accounts of those we find as repeated violations.

To claim a copyright infringement we need the following information from you:

Identify the copyright work by URL or other description. If we can not determine which image you are referring to, we can not take your complaint into account.
Let us know where you found the image on our website so we can quickly and easily verify the source.
Give us your best contact information. We have to confirm your complaint. If we can not contact you, we can not take your complaint into account.
Include this statement in your complaint: 'I have a good faith belief that use of the image (s) described in this complaint as allegedly infringing copyright is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.'
Include in your complaint the following statement: 'I understand the penalties for perjury (false information) and swear that the information in this complaint is correct and that I am the copyright owner or authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner An exclusive right who was allegedly injured. '
Sign the complaint in your own handwriting or attach a verifiable digital signature.
Send us the Complaint with the subject 'Copyright Infringement'.

We may respond to these notices by affecting access to the copyright and / or termination of the user account. If we remove content in response to a notification, we will attempt a good faith to contact the user who uploaded the content so they can counter-report.

Notices of the alleged breach we are in are kept and may be made public or shared with third parties to make available to the public. Your complaint is not private or confidential.

If a user submits a reasonable counterclaim to assert that the material does not infringe copyright, we will notify the complainant of the user's objection. A complainant will then have 14 days to sue, otherwise we will recover the complaint about images on our public access website.

Any person who has erroneously found a claim for infringing material may be liable for any damage resulting from improper removal of the material. Please be clear about your rights before submitting a complaint.