I’m glad you choose to visit Fokatech – Full Of Tech Senses (the “Site”).
In the same manner that we expect others to respect our own intellectual property rights, we also respect those of others. Copyright holders or their agents may send a takedown request to us through the DMCA ACT we’ve provided below per Title 17, United States Code, Section 512(c).
According to the “safe harbor” provisions of the DMCA, as an ISP we can raise an affirmative defense against allegations of infringement. In order to make a legitimate claim of infringement, you need to send us a notice that includes the following details:
Claims Notice of Infringement
Name of the infringing material to be removed and information to help the service provider locate it if they choose to do so. Copyright infringement notices must include the following elements: 1. The physical or digital signature of the copyright owner (or the agent of the owner); 2. The identification of the copyrighted work that is the subject of the infringement claim; and 3.
If you want us to look for the page in question, give us its full URL. You must provide the service provider with information reasonably essential for them to make contact with you, such as your name, postal address, email address, phone number, and fax number.
a statement affirming that the complaining party reasonably believes that the copyright agent has prohibited them from utilizing the work. a statement under penalty of perjury that the information in the notification is accurate and that the other party has authorized the complaining party to act on their behalf.
Any person who knowingly and materially misrepresents material facts in an infringement notification under 17 USC 512(c) may be subject to civil damage penalties, including costs and lawyers’ fees.
Contact us through the EMAIL on this page if you need anything removed. If you need a quick reply, email is your best bet.
Please be aware that if we receive allegations of copyright infringement, we reserve the right to disclose our identity and those allegations to the suspected infringer. You acknowledge and agree that the alleged infringer may learn you’re identity and the specifics of your claim if you submit a claim against them.
Restoring Material – Rejecting Notification
In the event that you would like to have content reinstated after it was removed due to a claim of copyright infringement, you may do so by sending us a counter-notification. Any such notice required by Section 512(g) of Title 17 must be in writing and sent to our DMCA Agent (3). In essence, it has to have the following parts:
Any form of signature from you, physically or digitally.
A synopsis of the removed material and its original location on the web.
A sworn statement stating your reasonable opinion that the content was mistakenly removed or rendered inaccessible due to an error in identifying the content to be removed or rendered inaccessible.
Your name, address, and phone number, as well as a statement that you agree to be served by the individual or entity that first reported the infringement (or, if you are outside of the United States, that you will submit to the jurisdiction of any judicial district in which the service provider may be found).
You can use the form on our Contact page to email us your counter-notification. The use of email is strongly suggested.
Policy Regarding Repeat Offenders
To put it mildly, we don’t tolerate any form of copyright infringement. To ensure we are meeting the provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s repeat infringer policy, we regularly review DMCA takedown requests submitted by rights holders. If a user is found to be a repeat infringement, their account will be terminated.
All information on this page, including our policy regarding DMCA takedown notices, is subject to change at any time. The best course of action is to check back regularly to see if this policy has been updated.