If you think that a particular Landing page infringes on your intellectual property rights or your trademark, please let us know by emailing us an intellectual property infringement notice. Copyright notifications must comply with all of the criteria of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") in order to be effective (described below). We need specific information about the allegedly infringing work's location as well as full information about your trademark and your contact information for serving trademark infringement notifications (name, physical address, email address and telephone number). Email us at [email protected] with your DMCA or Trademark Notice, and we will respond promptly.
Things to think about before you file a DMCA notice are as follows:
a detailed description of the protected material that has been infringed upon;
Our services include the universal resource locator (URL) of the page where the allegedly illegal content may be found. (Please keep in mind that if your link includes the word "project," this URL may only be viewed by you, and we will not be able to find the material via this connection.)
Statement stating that you have a good faith conviction that the use of the material specified in your DMCA claim has been allowed by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law;
Your contact information (such as your name, physical address, email address, and telephone number); as well as your financial information.
Certification that the DMCA notification is correct, made under penalty of perjury (either electronically or physically), signed (either electronically or physically) by the copyright owner or the copyright owner's legal representative.
Be sure to carefully examine whether or not the use of the copyrighted work in question is covered by the Fair Use doctrine before filing your DMCA notification with the appropriate authorities. It is possible that you may be held responsible for costs and attorney's fees if a DMCA notification is filed when there is no infringing usage. If you are uncertain if someone's use of your copyrighted work constitutes infringement, you should consult with an attorney to determine the situation. Consider using publicly accessible reference resources such as those published on the websites of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Chilling Effects, among other sources.
Once we get your DMCA Request, we will examine it, determine whether or not there has been an infringement, and inform you as soon as possible of our decision. If we determine that the DMCA criteria have been met, we will remove the infringing material as soon as possible from the site.
This implies that if you're a qwivy user, you'll only be able to submit Study Material if you're the owner of the copyright for the documents you've uploaded. When you upload a document, you automatically become the owner of that specific document. By utilizing qwivy, people who submit Study Material always retain ownership of their intellectual property and never relinquish control of it. They have the option to make changes, remove, distribute for free, or sell their papers. Please keep in mind that by selling their papers, they are not surrendering their copyright rights. So the papers purchased are intended only for the buyer's personal use, and qwivy is not liable for any documents shared via the Platform.