1. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY

At Creatr, we respect the Intellectual Property rights of others and consequently, we expect all Users of our Platform to do the same. Thereby, a necessary prerequisite of using our Platform is agreeing to abide by our Intellectual Property Policy, which clearly states that Users shall not upload content that infringes upon the rights of any third-parties. If any such Content is uploaded by any User, which violates the Intellectual Property Rights of any third-party, Creatr reserves the right, where deemed appropriate, to terminate the accounts of those Users.

If you believe any Content posted on Creatr has been done so in violation of your Intellectual Property Rights, please contact our designated Creatr Copyright Agent at:

[Address]

Phone:

Fax:

E-mail:

When contacting our Agent, please ensure you provide an accurate statement of information pertaining to the Content in question.

2. DMCA POLICY

In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) and other applicable laws, Creatr ensures all such Content is removed which infringes upon another’s Intellectual Property Rights. Additionally, Creatr also ensures that all those Users who violate these policies have their accounts terminated, at our sole discretion.

If you believe any such Content which has been posted on Creatr infringes upon your intellectual property rights, you can request the removal of the content by submitting a DMCA notice to our designated Compliance Agent. In order to this, you must ensure to provide the following:

  1. Your complete legal name and contact details, which include your phone number and email address.
  2. A detailed description of the Content which you believe infringes upon your Intellectual Property rights, e.g. the title
  3. The location of the Content on Creatrs platform, e.g. a link to the Content.
  4. As in accordance with the DMCA, you must provide a statement alongside the notice in which you dictate that you have a good faith believe the use of the Content is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent or the law.
  5. The notice must also include a statement by you, which dictates that, under the penalty of perjury, the information you have provided is accurate and you are, or have the due authorization to act on behalf of, the copyright owner.
  6. The notice must also include your signature, whether electronic or physical.

Creatr reserves the right to disclose such notices to the affected users and third-party databases which collect information about copyright takedown notices.

3. COUNTER DMCA NOTICES

If you, as a use of the Creatr platform have been served with a DMCA notice and believe this has been wrongly done so, you can challenge the notice, and the removal of your Content by submitting a Counter DMCA Notice. In order to do this, you must file a counter-notification alongside the following information:

  1. Your complete legal name and contact details, which include your phone number and email address.
  2. A description of the Content which was removed subsequent to the DMCA and the location on Creatrs platform where it was previously available. Eg. The URL.
  3. As in accordance with the DMCA, you must provide a statement alongside the notice in which you dictate that you have good faith believe the content was removed as a result of a mistake or misidentification.
  4. A statement by you, which dictates that, under the penalty of perjury, the information you have provided is accurate and you are, or have the due authorization to act on behalf of, the copyright owner.
  5. Your signature, whether electronic or physical.

To file a counter-DMCA, you can send an email to: [Email]

Once a Counter notice has been received, Creatr may forward your notice to the person who filed the initial DMCA. The copyright owners may elect to file a lawsuit against you for copyright infringement. IF we do not receive notice that such a lawsuit has been filed within TEN BUSINESS DAYS, we may restore the removed Content. Until such time, the content will remain removed.

4. REPEATED INFRINGEMENTS

If the User is found to repeatedly have been uploading Content on to Creatrs platform which violates the Intellectual Property Rights of others, Creatr reserves the right to terminate their account.