DMCA Policy

We respect your copyright work. We try to publish all original work, but we work with various freelance writers who write articles for our website. They take reference from the internet, and sometimes, a few phrases might get repeated in very rare scenarios. In such a scenario, under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), you can ask us to remove any content from our website if it is duplicated. We will remove such phrases/sentences/paragraphs/articles from our website if we find that your intellectual property is violated.

We value and respect your copyrighted work. However, we will not entertain false or malicious requests from competitors to take down our original content. 

You need to provide us with the following:

  1. Link to where the original content is published
  2. Your contact information (name, address, phone number, email)
  3. A statement made under penalty of perjury that there is enough information to confirm that creative work has been infringed upon and the copyright owner has authorized your complaint.

What is DMCA Policy?

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a law in the United States which gives copyright holders the power to protect their creative works from infringement online legally. The DMCA is enforced by the US Copyright Office and requires site hosts, internet service providers, and other organizations to remove access to infringing materials they know of upon request.