Welcome to Technosavvy intellectual property. A copyright holder or their agent may file a takedown request to us via our DMCA Agent detailed below in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title 17, United States Code, Section 512(c). We, as ISP, can take refuge in the DMCA’s “safe harbor” protections and avoid liability for any such infringement allegations. You must provide us with a notification setting forth the following information in order to make a good faith infringement claim to us:

The Claim of Infringement Notice

Copyright holder’s (or authorized representative’s) original (or electronic) signature;

copyrighted work that is being claimed to have been infringed upon;

Detailed information about the infringing content and its location, so that the service provider can remove it. [Give us the address of the page in question so we can find the allegedly infringing material];

Your name, physical address, email address, phone number, and fax number should be included so that the service provider can get in touch with you if they have any questions about your complaint.

An explanation of why the complainant thinks the copyright holder wouldn’t allow such use; and
Certification under oath that the information in the notification is true and that the complaining party has the right to act on behalf of the copyright owner.

Civil damage penalties, including costs and attorney fees, are available under Title 17 USC 512(f) against any person who intentionally and grossly misrepresents specified information in a notification of infringement under Title 17 USC 512(c) (3).

Please use our Contact page to report any content that needs to be removed. If you need a quick response, email is your best bet.

Please be aware that if you file a claim of copyright infringement with us, we may have to reveal your identity and the details of your claim to the suspected infringer. By filing a claim, you consent to the disclosure of your identity and the details of your claim to the alleged infringer.

Rebuttal Notification: Content Recovery

If you have received a notice of removal because of a claim of copyright infringement, you may send us a counter-notification asking that the removed content be reinstated. In accordance with Section 512(g)(3) of the 17 USC, such notification must be sent in writing to our DMCA Agent and include essentially the same information as set out below:

Your signature, either on paper or digitally.

Specify what was removed and where it was located before it was removed.

A statement under oath that you have a reasonable suspicion that the removal or disablement of the content occurred in error or due to a misidentification of the content to be removed or disabled.

Identifying information (name, address, and phone number), a statement that you agree to accept service of process from the party who originally notified you of the alleged infringement, and a statement that you consent to the jurisdiction of the federal district court for the judicial district in which the address is located (or, if you are located outside of the United States, that you agree to the jurisdiction of any judicial district in which the service provider may be found).
The Contact page is where you should send your rebuttal notification. It is strongly advised that you communicate with others via email.

Regulations for Repeat Offenders

The infringement of intellectual property is a severe issue for us. We keep track of DMCA takedown requests from rights holders and make a good faith effort to track down repeat infringers, as required by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s repeat infringement policy. Accounts belonging to repeat offenders will be closed.


At any moment and for any reason, we may alter the content of this website, including our stance regarding DMCA takedown requests. You are advised to return and review this policy on a regular basis for any updates.