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Last updated on May 31, 2020
AccountShark, LLC (also referred to as “AccountShark”, “us” and “we”) respects all applicable copyright and intellectual property laws. We own and operate the website, www.accountshark.net(the “Website”). Under the terms of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), our Website is considered a Service Provider. While our Website does benefit from certain exemptions and rights, we implemented the present Copyright Policy (the “Policy”) to prohibit all copyright and intellectual property infringement.
All company names, titles, logos, images and other materials displayed on this website that are not distinctive of AccountShark's own personal brand are trademarks of their respective owners, licensors, subsidiaries, shareholders, and companies. The use of company names, titles, logos, images and other materials within this website do not indicate any affiliation, partnership, endorsement, or sponsorship between AccountShark and the owners of these trademarks respectively.
All Website users are encouraged to report any perceived copyright infringement to our attention. We will promptly analyze and respond to all intellectual property infringement claims in accordance with the procedure set forth in the present Policy.
If you are the owner or lawful holder of any trademark, mark, or other intellectual property (the “IP”) right (the “IP Right”), and you have reason to believe that any publication or content on our Website infringes your IP Right, please email a notification of the infringement (the “Notification”) to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also notify us of a potential IP infringement even if you are not the owner or lawful owner of the intellectual property.
To help us promptly review your Notification, the following information must be provided and detailed in the Notification:
The Notification must be manually or electronically signed and dated.
We undertake to promptly analyze and review the Notification. We will respond to you within a reasonable delay following the receipt of your Notification. Further, all actions prescribed and required under law with respect to your Notification will be taken.
If we determine that your Notification is valid and founded, we will notify the Website user who posted the infringing material and take all reasonable measures to remove or suspend the infringing material.
If you have reason to believe any content you posted on the Website has been removed or deleted erroneously, please email a counter-notification (the “Counter-Notification”) to email@example.com. To help us promptly review your Counter-Notification, the following information must be provided and detailed in the Counter-Notification:
We undertake to promptly analyze and review the Counter-Notification. We will respond to you within a reasonable delay following the receipt of your Notification. Further, all actions prescribed and required under law with respect to your Counter-Notification will be taken.
If we determine that your Notification is valid and founded, we will publish the content that was unjustly and erroneously removed from our Website.
Please be advised that if if you knowingly misrepresent that certain material or activity is infringing, Section 512(f) of the DMCA provides that you may be liable for damages, including costs and attorneys' fees.
Nothing in this Policy is intended to grant supplementary rights and remedies in addition to those provided under the DMCA.
Suspension and Termination of User Accounts
We reserve the right to suspend or terminate the user accounts of any Website users who violate or threaten to violate any copyright or intellectual property laws.