The following provides answers to some Frequently Asked Questions regarding intellectual property rights.
Our Copyright Policy explains how to submit a Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement if you believe that your own copyrighted work is accessible on the iPromote Site. When we receive proper Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement, we promptly remove or disable access to the allegedly infringing material and terminate the accounts of repeat infringers.
If you believe that content on the iPromote Site violates another party's copyright, you should contact the copyright owner directly. However, if you believe that your own copyrighted work is accessible on the iPromote Site in violation of your copyright, please visit our Copyright Policy to find out how to submit a Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement to request that we remove the infringing material.
We cannot provide you with legal advice about whether you own the copyright to the material you upload or if you are authorized to use that material, so please consult an attorney to be certain of your rights. In addition, the following Sites offer useful background information on the law of copyright and other intellectual property laws:
We strictly prohibit uploading and transferring infringing material on the iPromote Site and we terminate the accounts of repeat infringers. You may only upload content to the iPromote Site if you are certain that you have the legal right to do so. If you are not certain that you are legally authorized to use the content you have uploaded to our Site, you should remove it immediately. Please consult our Copyright Policy for more information.
Just because you recorded the content onto your own recording device such as a phone or camcorder does not necessarily mean that you own the copyright to that material or that you are authorized to use it. Disclaiming ownership of that content cannot protect you from infringing on the true owner's copyright. If you have any question whatsoever as to whether you are legally authorized to use or upload any content, consult an attorney before uploading it to the iPromote Site.
Content is released into the "public domain" when the term of the copyright on that content expires. Once content is in the public domain, it can be used freely by the public. You can learn more about content in the "public domain" at the following resources:
If you believe that your content was mistakenly or incorrectly reported as copyright infringing, please visit our Copyright Policy to find out how to submit a copyright Counter Notification and request that we restore your content.