We will respond appropriately to notices of alleged copyright infringement that comply with the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), as set forth below. If you own a copyright in a work (or represent a copyright owner) and believe that the copyright in that work has been infringed by an improper posting or distribution of it, then you may send us a written notice that includes all of the following:
We will only respond to DMCA notices that we receive by mail or email at the addresses below:
Axad LLC, dba PingCall
31W 34th Street,
New York, NY 10001
Email address: [email protected]
Phone number: (855) 239-7670
It is often difficult to determine if your copyright has been infringed. We may elect to not respond to DMCA notices that do not substantially comply with all of the foregoing requirements, and we may elect to remove allegedly infringing material that comes to its attention via notices that do not substantially comply with the DMCA.
Please note that the DMCA provides that any person who knowingly materially misrepresents that material or activity is infringing may be subject to liability.
We may send the information that you provide in your notice to the person who provided the allegedly infringing work. That person may elect to send us a DMCA counter-notification.
If access to a work that you submitted to us is disabled or the work is removed as a result of a DMCA notice, and if you believe that the disabled access or removal is the result of mistake or misidentification, then you may send us a DMCA counter-notification to the addresses above. Your DMCA counter-notification should contain the following information:
If we receive a DMCA counter-notification, then we may replace the material that we removed (or stop disabling access to it) in not less than ten (10) and not more than fourteen (14) business days following receipt of the DMCA counter-notification. However, we will not do this if we first receive notice at the addresses above that the party who sent us the DMCA notice has filed a lawsuit asking a court for an order restraining the person who provided the material from engaging in infringing activity relating to the material. You should also be aware that we may forward the counter-notification to the party who sent us the DMCA notice.