Digital Millennium Copyright Act Compliance
All trademarks, registered trademarks, product names, and company names or logos mentioned on our website are the property of their respective owners. Office-Activator adheres to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) by responding to copyright infringement notices as outlined in the DMCA and other relevant regulations. As part of our response, we may remove or disable access to content hosted on our website that is alleged to be infringing, and we will make a good-faith effort to contact the individual or organization that submitted the material in question so that they may submit a counter-notification, also in accordance with the DMCA.
To better understand your rights and responsibilities under the DMCA and other relevant regulations, you may wish to consult with a lawyer before submitting a Notice of Infringement or Counter-Notification. The following requirements are intended to fulfill Office-Activator’s obligations under the DMCA, specifically section 512(c), and should not be considered legal advice.
Notice of Copyright Infringement
To submit a notice of copyright infringement on Office-Activator, please provide the following information:
- A physical signature from a developer or development team authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the allegedly infringed exclusive right. Third-party organizations must provide a copy of a “Physical Authorization Letter” that grants the organization the authority to address all of their copyrights.
- The copyrighted work that is alleged to have been infringed, or a representative list of such works on the website in question where multiple works are covered by a single communication on a single website.
- URLs, where possible, to assist us in quickly locating the content in question.
- Reasonably sufficient contact information, such as an email address, telephone number, and email address, where appropriate, to enable us to contact the complaining party.
- A statement that the complaining party believes in good faith that the copyright owner, its agent, or the law does not authorize the use of the material in the manner complained of.
- A statement that the information contained in the notification is accurate and that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the allegedly infringed exclusive right. (Note that under Section 512(f) of the DMCA, any person who knowingly and materially misrepresents the infringing material or activity may be liable for damages.)
Submit the notice of infringement by email to: [email protected]