Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
We take care of the copyright infringement, so our site complies with the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) section 512 to title 17 of the United States Code. Based on our policy, we always respond as soon as possible to every noticed copyright infringement and take proper actions under the intellectual property laws DMCA.
As our site is an open-source platform for everyone who wants to upload their materials, so there may be some copyright infringement issues. But don’t worry about it, as we have a strict policy for this issue. In case if someone uploads your copyrighted material on the FreesoftwareMag.com website or our search engine returns any linked material to your copyrighted content, you will have to provide us a written statement to delete this material from our website. It must include the listed documents in the following section.
Please be aware of upload any harmful material to our website. If you are responsible for any types of mishaps or mislead the listed information on our website that is violating your copyrights, you may have to pay attorney or costs fees. We advise you to contact first to a lawyer for legal assistance regarding this matter.
If you want to claim for copyright infringement on our website, you must include the following elements in your copyright infringement claim.
- You have to verify that the authorized person can take action on behalf of the owner of that copyright material, who has been allegedly infringed.
- You need to provide contact numbers to contact you, including a valid email address.
- You must provide more than enough detail about the copyrighted work on which you claimed to have infringed by someone.
You have to include at least one search engine term in the details on which your claimed material appears in FreeSoftwareMag.com search results.
- Give a written statement that describes the complaining person has good faith belief that use of the complained material is not from the authorized copyright owner, his agent, or the law.
- A statement that confirms the provided information about copyright infringement is accurate, and the complaining party has the authority to take action under penalty of perjury against this infringement on behalf of the owner who has copyright and has been infringed.
- The documents must be signed by the authorized person to take action on behalf of the owner who has copyright.
Send an infringement notice to the following address.
Please wait at least 2-3 business days for the response to your claimed email after the complaining. Keep in mind, emailing your complaint to other parties like our Internet Service Provider may not facilitate your application. They might delay in responding because the complaint is not accurately be filed.