Content Removal Regulations

We want you to know that we do not have any copyrighted or illegal content on The file information we host does not contain files that could be copyrighted. We comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) and general international copyright laws.

However, we can still remove the post from our site if the copyright owner wants us to do so. The following procedure will be performed if:

Submit your claim to DMCA [at]
The claim must be written in the English language, it must be understandable and in a courteous form;
The claim must be sent from company mail, and claims sent from free service emails such as AOL, Yahoo Gmail, etc. will be rejected;
You must provide evidence showing that you are the copyright owner or that you are acting on behalf of the copyright holder;
You must provide evidence showing that the content is copyrighted and that you are the copyright holder;
Articles to be removed should be provided in the form of an article name and direct links to each post. We do not accept links to search queries, categories, tags, subcategories, or media pages.
Provide sufficient contact information with a valid email address.
And the last thing you need to know is that after your request we will only delete the post from our website. We cannot remove the file from other websites that host it, even if the file is written to it or in its description.

A good example of a copyright claim:
This is a notice pursuant to the Online Copyright Violation Limitation Act (OCILLA) which is part of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1998 that requires service providers to be strictly responsible for the actions of their users and to immediately cease access to copyrighted material. Copyright and publishing.

We discovered violating material on your website and it is indeed our movie “The Movie” that was released worldwide on December 12th, 2011.

The material alleged to be infringing must be removed or access to it immediately disabled and piracy to be avoided.

We have good faith and belief that use of the material described in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.

The information in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.

We hereby declare that the information contained in the notification is accurate to the best of our knowledge and belief.

Authorization letter from the copyright owner (or the person / company he represents): Link to the letter
Document proving that Waves are copyrighted and belong to the owner (or the person / company they represent): Link to the document
Digital signature for copyright claim: Complete information including address, phone, email, and website.
Copyright holders: Complete information including address, phone, email and website.

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