The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) sets forth the law regarding the use of copyrighted materials on the Internet. All Highladder customers are subject to the requirements of the DMCA. Individuals or entities submitting notifications of copyright infringement by a Highladder customer (per the DMCA) to Highladder must follow the below procedures. Customers who are the subject of a DMCA notification that meets the below criteria may be subject to account termination at Highladder sole discretion.
Send the notification via email to: [email protected] Or submit a ticket to our Abuse department Here The DMCA contains very specific guidelines as to what proper notification of claimed infringement must contain. Copyright owners may obtain a copy of the DMCA, including these guidelines, by visiting the web site of the U.S. Copyright Office at http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap5.html#512. Highladder is not required to respond to notices that do not meet the requirements of the DMCA. Copyright owners should be aware that there are substantial penalties for false claims and that Highladder will actively refer complainants who use the DMCA for improper purposes to relevant law enforcement agencies. In the event that Highladder must remove, or disable access to, material on your web site that is alleged to infringe another’s copyright under the DMCA, you acknowledge and agree that Highladder may do so by disabling access to your entire web site or terminating your account.