DMCA Notice

Copyrights in the United States.

The government of the United States of America has put in place federal laws geared towards protecting artistic works. The American copyright law protects musical work that has been fixed in a tangible form, as an intellectual property. Therefore, distributing or duplicating musical work without the owner’s permission is considered as infringement of the copyright protected the work.

Digital Millennium copyright act (DMCA) is an act that was enacted by the congress in 1998 in an effort to move United States’ copyright law into the digital age. The act aims at: prohibiting circumvention of technological protection measures, limiting copyright infringement liability for online service providers, digital preservation, expansion of exemptions for making copies for computer programs, mandating study education activities in networked environments and anti-circumvention protection rules. How en.savefromnets.com protects copyrighted work.

en.savefromnets.com site does not store nor cache files on their servers, they only help one to search the link source to other servers. U tune is very keen on protecting copyrighted work and warns users against downloading copyrighted material without permission. The site encourages its users to buy cassettes/CD or personal dial tone if they like a song, to support the artist or band in question to continue working.

en.savefromnets.com provides a DMCA notice that helps artists contest infringement of their copyrighted work. All claims should be in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA). Some of the information that should be provided during a claim for copyright infringement according to en.savefromnets.com include:

  • A physical or electronic signature of a representative authorised by the copyright owner claiming infringement of copyrighted work.
  • Identification of the material subjected to infringement.
  • Reliable information sufficient to contact the complaining party, for example their address.
  • A statement showing that the copyright owner in good faith is not satisfied in the manner that the copyrighted material has been used.
  • A statement to show that the complaining party is authorised by the owner of the purportedly copyrighted material to act on his/her behalf, under penalty of perjury.

The form in which the information should be submitted is also specified on the website and the contact to which the information and claims should be submitted to.

Copyright infringement claimers are warned against knowingly misrepresenting online material for infringement claims, as they will be subject to heavy civil penalties in accordance with the federal law. Some of these penalties include; criminal prosecution for perjury, monetary damages, and cost incurred in court among others.

Claimants who want to make infringement claims should make their claims in reference DCMA as specified in the United States constitution article 512(c) (3).

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WE CAUTION YOU THAT UNDER FEDERAL LAW, IF YOU KNOWINGLY MISREPRESENT THAT ONLINE MATERIAL IS INFRINGING, YOU MAY BE SUBJECT TO HEAVY CIVIL PENALTIES. THESE INCLUDE MONETARY DAMAGES, COURT COSTS, AND ATTORNEYS´ FEES INCURRED BY US, BY ANY COPYRIGHT OWNER, OR BY ANY COPYRIGHT OWNER´S LICENSEE THAT IS INJURED AS A RESULT OF OUR RELYING UPON YOUR MISREPRESENTATION. YOU MAY ALSO BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL PROSECUTION FOR PERJURY.

This information should not be construed as legal advice, for further details on the information required for valid DMCA notifications, see 17 U.S.C. 512(c)(3).

Last Revised: 13-04-2016