Notice of Claimed Copyright Infringement
Users and subscribers of this system are required to respect the legal protection provided by copyright and license to programs and data. If you believe that your work has been copied, adapted, reproduced, or exhibited on this website in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, please provide written notice of the claimed infringing activity to Webstix's designated agent, in accordance with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. Section 512. A notice of claimed copyright infringement must include the following information:
Designation of Agent to Receive Notification of Claimed Infringement
A notification of claimed copyright infringement must be provided in writing to Webstix's designated agent. The designated agent to receive notification of claimed infringement under Title II of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. Section 512) is:
2820 Walton Commons Ln.
Madison, WI 53718
Upon receipt of notification of claimed copyright infringement, Webstix will follow the procedures outlined in Title II of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. Section 512).
Notice and Takedown Procedure
It is expected that all users of this system will comply with applicable copyright laws. However, if Webstix is notified of claimed copyright infringement, or otherwise becomes aware of facts and circumstances from which infringement is apparent, it will respond expeditiously by removing, or disabling access to, the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity.
Under appropriate circumstances, Webstix may, in its discretion, terminate the accounts of subscribers and account holders of its system or network who are repeat infringers.
Accommodation of Standard Technical Measures
It is Webstix's policy to accommodate and not interfere with standard technical measures, i.e., technical measures that are used by copyright owners to identify or protect copyrighted works and (1) have been developed pursuant to a broad consensus of copyright owners and service providers in an open, fair, voluntary, multi-industry standards process; (2) are available to any person on reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms; and (3) do not impose substantial costs on service providers or substantial burdens on their systems or networks.