www.superflixmovies.com Service Provider Copyright Policy
At SUPERflix Movies, we write our own protected critiques, discussions, commentaries, parodies, and sometimes satires. The properties we discuss and illustrate are not copyright owned or protected by SUPERflix Movies. In many cases, we will illustrate our commentaries with transformative and limited images, gifs, and videos.
We are also a blog consortium or a "service provider" wherein we host the creative works of bloggers and authors. SUPERflix Movies also advertises third party products and services for which we are not copyright or trademark responsible. We do, however, want to make our site 100% Copyright friendly.
It is our sincere desire to adhere to all applicable laws and regulations. As of November 2016, we are in the process of registering an agent with the DMCA to allow for easy, efficient contact regarding any takedown requests.
In the meantime, please see the following website for more information.
Please contact GENERAL@superflixmovies.com with any Copyright questions, notices, or comments. Our dedicated agent will reply promptly. Thanks.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, signed into law on October 28, 1998, amended the United States Copyright Act, Title 17 of the U.S. Code, to provide in part certain limitations on the liability of online service providers (OSPs) for copyright infringement. Subsection 512(c)of the Copyright Act provides limitations on service provider liability for storage, at the direction of a user, of copyrighted material residing on a system or network controlled or operated by or for the service provider, if, among other things, the service provider has designated an agent to receive notifications of claimed infringement by providing contact information to the Copyright Office and by posting such information on the service provider’s website in a location accessible to the public. The provision of information to the Copyright Office about the service provider’s designated agent is a condition for reliance on the limitations on liability for service providers.
The Copyright Office has created a directory of designated agents from the designations filed with the Office for those service providers seeking the limitations on liability contained § 512(c). A copyright owner of an exclusive right, or authorized agent of a copyright owner, may use the Office’s directory of designated agents to find the designated agent of a service provider that is hosting claimed infringing material, and may use that information to send a notification of claimed infringement to the service provider’s designated agent. (See § 512(c)(3) for the required elements of notification.) Upon receipt of a compliant notification of claimed infringement, a service provider must respond expeditiously to remove, or disable access to, the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of the infringing activity, if the service provider seeks to receive the benefits of the limitations of liability contained in § 512(c). A service provider is not required by law to remove the allegedly infringing material, but upon receipt of a compliant notification will deemed to have been placed on notice of the allegedly infringing activity, and without the benefit of the limitations on liability contained in § 512, may face secondary liability for continuing to host the allegedly infringing material.
The Copyright Office published interim regulations specifying the procedure by which a service provider may designate an agent to receive notifications of claimed infringement. The Copyright Office does not provide printed forms for designating an agent, but makes available on this website suggested formats for filing an Interim Designation or an Amended Designation. An Amended Designation will replace in its entirety (not supplement) an Interim Designation or a prior Amended Designation for the same service provider. The Office has provided an Interim Designation template that may be used to designate an agent. Persons using this template have the option of filling in the blanks while viewing the form online and then printing out and signing the completed form, downloading the form for later use, or printing the blank form and completing it offline. Regardless of the method of completing the form, a printed copy of the completed form, together with the appropriate fee, must then be mailed or hand-delivered to the Copyright Office.
Although the Copyright Office encourages the use of the Office’s interim designation template (in part, because Copyright Office staff are familiar with this format and therefore the use of this form will simplify processing), service providers may prepare their own form, but should ensure that it includes all the information required in section 201.38 (c ) or (f), as appropriate, of the interim regulations. Please note that the entire Interim Designation or Amended Designation that is submitted will be posted on the Copyright Office’s website. Only include information in the designation submission that is intended to be publicly posted. If extraneous information is included in the submission that is not required by the interim regulations, that information will also be scanned and posted on the website. If a service provider is paying the appropriate fee from a Copyright Office deposit account, a cover letter with the deposit account information should be submitted together with the designated agent form, not contained on the form itself.
Definition: For purposes of section 512(c), a “service provider” is defined as a provider of online services or network access, or the operator of facilities therefor, including an entity offering the transmission, routing, or providing of connections for digital online communications, between or among points specified by a user, of material of the user’s choosing, without modification to the content of the material as sent or received.
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Last Edited on 2016-11-2