The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) complies with 17 U.S.C. § 512 and In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and the other relevant intellectual property legislation, our policies respond to notices of violation and take necessary measures.

If your protected material is posted on or you have returned links to your copyrighted material through our search engine and you would like this material to be deleted, you may communicate in writing, detailing the following details. If you misuse the material contained on our website that violates your copyright rights, please be mindful that you are held responsible for all damages (including costs and legal fees). We recommend you get in touch with a lawyer in this case first.

In your copyright infringement charge, the following need to be included:

Providing facts that the designated individual has an exclusive right supposedly infringed in acting on behalf of the proprietor.

Provide enough contact details to enable us to contact you. A correct e-mail address must also be included.

The patented work allegedly violated and included in the search results of at least one search word must be sufficiently defined.

A declaration that the protesting party is in a good conscience that it is not allowed by the copyright owner, his agent and the statute to use the content in the form of the complained.
State that the details in the notice is precise, and that the complaining party is entitled, on behalf of the owner of the exclusive right, on the penalty of perjury, to act in violation of this exclusive right.
The designated person must sign an exclusive right that is presumably infringed to take action on behalf of the proprietor.

Send written report of violation to and an e-mail notification

For an email reply please give 2-3 working days. Note that emailing your complaint to someone such as our ISPs would not speed up your request and will lead to an unsatisfactory response due to the fact that the complaint is not submitted correctly.