Notice under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
If you think that anything on our site infringes on your copyright(s), please let us know by sending us a DMCA note. We will delete the material and make a good faith effort to contact the user who uploaded or inserted the material by email once we receive a full and correct note.
HistoryDaily.org uses the rights provided by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (the "Act") in compliance with its terms.
HistoryDaily.org has adopted and introduced a strategy for dealing with copyright infringement claims and terminating users who infringe on copyright in appropriate circumstances as decided by us in our absolute discretion. We also reserve the right to cancel, discontinue, suspend, and/or limit access to and usage of the Service, as well as to delete, modify, erase, or disable any user material on the Groovy History website that allegedly infringes on another person's copyright. Repeat users will have their access to the site revoked. We are not obligated to search posted material for any infringement of third-party rights, and we do not do so. However, we value others' copyright rights, and it is our policy not to allow materials that we know infringe on another party's copyright to stay on the Groovy History website or Service.
If you believe any materials on the website Applications or Services infringe on a copyright, please send us a written notice that includes at least the following information:
1.The signature of the person allowed to act on behalf of the owner of the copyright or other intellectual property interest, whether electronic or physical;
2.A summary of the allegedly infringed copyrighted work or other intellectual property;
3.A list of the allegedly infringing material on the Site, as well as your identity, phone number, and email address;
4.A letter from you stating that you believe the disputed usage is not allowed by the copyright owner, its representative, or the law; and
5.A declaration signed under penalty of perjury that the above information in your notice is correct and that you are the copyright or intellectual property owner or allowed to act on behalf of the copyright or intellectual property owner.
You should contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you believe there has been a copyright or other intellectual property violation.