Intellectual Property Rights Policy
At our company, we hold a strong commitment to respecting the rights of intellectual property owners and actively cooperating with them. We take allegations of copyright infringement and violations of intellectual property rights very seriously. It is our unwavering policy to promptly block access to or remove any content on the Casey Jane Dickerson® website (“Website”) that we, in good faith, believe may reasonably contain material infringing the copyrights of third parties. Additionally, we firmly stand by the policy of discontinuing access to our Member-Generated Content Service for individuals and entities who, in good faith, are determined to be repeat offenders of copyright infringement, based on numerous bona fide notices compliant with the requirements of the DMCA or other reasonable grounds.
How to Report Alleged Copyright Infringement to Casey Jane Dickerson®
If you suspect that content on the Casey Jane Dickerson® Website infringes your copyright, please provide our Designated Agent with a notice for each alleged copyright infringement claim. Include the following information for each instance of alleged copyright infringement:
- Identification of the work or works you allege are being infringed (please provide an authorized copy of the work or works).
- Clear identification of the location(s) of the alleged infringing work or works on the Casey Jane Dickerson® Website.
- Current and accurate contact information, including your address, telephone number, and, if available, your email address.
- A statement expressing your good faith belief that the identified work(s) are being used on the Website without authorization.
- A physical or electronic signature of a person authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.
- A statement, made under penalty of perjury, confirming the accuracy of the information provided and your authorization to act on behalf of the copyright owner.
Upon receipt of a complete and proper notice of alleged copyright infringement, or if we determine in good faith that content on the Website may reasonably contain copyright-infringing material, we will:
- Remove or disable access to the alleged infringing work or works.
- Notify the entity or individual who provided the content of the removal or disabling of access in response to a bona fide complaint.
- For individuals who have been the subject of two or more content removals and notifications, terminate their right to further upload, post, or publish content on the Website. Additionally, we will endeavor to block and prevent further use of the Company’s Member-Generated Content Service.
Restoring Access to Mistakenly Removed or Blocked Content on Casey Jane Dickerson
Our company values the rights of intellectual property owners and takes all claims of infringement or violation of copyrights seriously. When appropriate, we will restore access to or allow the replacement of music, sound recordings, photographs, videos, text, or other content on the Website that may have been removed or had access blocked in error, as determined in accordance with the DMCA regulations.
How to Provide a Counter-Notice to Our Designated Agent
If you are a Content Provider on the Website and believe that content was removed due to an erroneous infringement claim or in violation of our policy, you may send a Counter-Notice to our Designated Agent. Your Counter-Notice should contain the following information:
- Identification of the removed work or content.
- Identification of the location of the work or content prior to removal or disabling of access.
- A statement, under penalty of perjury, asserting that the content was removed or disabled in error due to a mistake or misidentification.
- Your name, address, telephone number, and, if available, email address.
- A statement consenting to the jurisdiction of the Federal Court or any court where the Company is located.
- Your physical or electronic signature.
Upon receiving a Counter-Notice in compliance with the requirements stated above, we may send a copy of the Counter-Notice to the party who provided the original notice of alleged infringement. The Company may inform that party that it may replace the removed content or cease disabling access to the work or content in question within ten (10) business days, or any time thereafter. The removed work or content may be restored, or access to it may be re-enabled, at the discretion of the Company unless the copyright owner files a court order seeking action against the Content Provider who uploaded or published the work or content.