Claims for violation of rights of Copyright and illegal Contents
If you think with good intentions and in accordance with the Intellectual Property Law passed by spanish RDL 1/1996, your rights of Copyright have been infringed in respect of a job, or that a content violates your rights or is illegal, you should send the following information:
1).- Physycal or electronic signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the copyright;
2).- A description of the work protected by copyright which has been infringed, or content you feel violates your rights or is illegal;
3).- A description of the material that is on site and allegedly infringes your copyright, as well as information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to locate the material. The best way to help us locate content quickly is to include the URL in the body of the e-mail;
4).- Your address, identification documents, telephone number and e-mail address;
5).- A statement in good intentions that the flagrant use of the work that infringes your copyright is not authorized by the owner of that right, its agent or the applicable law, or that the content violates your rights or those of the society and
6).- A statement under oath by which you manifest information in your report is accurate and that you are the owner of the copyright or you are authorized to act on behalf of the owner of that right or as a mere citizen affected by the illegal content.
You can contact the Department of Complaints of YouMicro through the following e-mail address: email@example.com or by mail addressed to:
ATTN: Compliance Department
Las Flautas, 48
Madrid 28054, Spain
Upon receipt of the notification containing the information referred to in the preceding paragraphs:
a) Youmicro may eliminate or prevent access to material that allegedly infringes your copyright;
b) YouMicro may send written notice to the alleged infringer, and
c) YouMicro may take such action as it deems reasonable to immediately notify the alleged infringer that your material has been removed or has been denied access to such material.
Keep in mind you can also have legal responsibility for having denounced anyone intentionally and without foundation, or because of the elimination of a material or an activity or denial of access to them has been due to a mistake or misidentification. Keep in mind also that we enforce a policy that provides for the cancellation of the accounts of users who commit violations several times.
If the alleged offender believes that such notification for violation of copyright or illegal is inappropriate, you can send us a counter-notification in Response to the Allegation of Violation of your Rights to the Department of Compliance of YouMicro.
To be valid, the counter-notification must be made in a written document sent to the Department of Compliance of YouMicro, which should contain the following information:
- Physical or digital signature of the alleged infringer;
II) Identification of the material that has been removed or to which access have been hampered and the location of the material before it was removed or access to it was prevented;
- A statement where the alleged offender says under oath that in good intentions, believes that the material was removed or prevented as a result of mistake or misidentification of the material to be removed or not accessible; and
IV) The name, identification, address and telephone number of the alleged offender and a statement in which the alleged offender accepts the jurisdiction of the courts of his address, or if the alleged perpetrator resides outside of Spain, any judicial district in which YouMicro may be found, and that the alleged offender also agrees to receive notifications of process from the person who performed the notification or an agent of that person