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Copyright in the US is the legal right of creative, artistic or dramatic sort of work, which belongs to the creator or originator of that particular intellectual property. The Copyright is given to the creator for a number of years to sell, publish, print, record or indirectly use the property to gain profit, or any other means. The authorship is with the original creator as long as he/she doesn’t willingly give it up to someone else.

 

There can be more benefactor of a copyrighted property at a time.

Generally, Copyright law bounds the creator of a certain intellectual property its owner. There are exceptions to this rule, such as:

  1. If the intellectual property is created by an employee of a certain company, then the employers own the rights.

  2. Fair Use of copyrighted material for the purposes of reiteration or re-imagination.

  3. Content of the public domain is accessible by the general public at large.

The best way to make sure you don’t cross any boundary lines is by knowing who created this content you are about to upload. If it is your creation, then it is safe to post it on our website.

In case of uploading someone else’s material, make sure you have the legal permission to do so.

DMCA, or in its full form, Digital Millennium Copyright Act is a US based copyright law that is used to protect and ensure rightful use of digital copyrighted materials.

The process is simple. Write a letter or an E-mail to the DMCA. Here is a format you can follow:

 

[Course, name of the document that infringes the copyright law, name of the university]

[A link to the said document]

[Name]

[Address]

[Contact No.]

[E-mail]

[Complaint statement]

[Signature]

The CFS team takes your safety and privacy concerns very seriously. To find more about how our terms and conditions work and protect your documents, read our Privacy Policy here.

Please know that your academic institution will be informed if any activities regarding the infringement take place.

Our team makes sure to respond to the transgressors of the copyright law with clear notices. This is in our very policy. However, as per the standard DMCA protocol, only the author/copyright holder of a property can file the DMCA complaint.

Our first act in such a scenario is to stop all public access to the file. In extreme cases, we also terminate the membership of people listed in the DMCA take-down requests. In order to file a request, complete the DMCA form and follow the format given here.


[Course, name of the document that infringes the copyright law, name of the university]

[A link to the said document]

[Name]

[Address]

[Contact No.]

[E-mail]

[Complaint statement]

[Signature]

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