CopyrightLast modification : march, 28 2012
A. Compliance with the DMCA
MixtureCloud respects the intellectual property rights of others, and expects its users to do too.
MixtureCloud comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, the text of which might be found on the US Copyright Office website through the following link: http://www.copyright.gov/legislation/dmca.pdf.
Therefore, MixtureCloud will respond expeditiously to claims of copyright infringement committed using MixtureCloud’s service and/or MixtureCloud’s website. Such claims can be reported to our designated copyright agent, according to the options detailed bellow:
Filling the form via our support:
Send an email to email@example.com
Please specify work protected by the copyright, that you consider as labor under infringement. Please point out the link that you consider as sparking off the infringement and for which the access should be inactivated.
Please specify your affiliation with a company (if necessary), your address, telephone number, if you have one your email address. Write your complete name and append your signature , electronic or hand script.
Creation of an account in our tool for preventing copyright infringement.
We have created a tool especially dedicated to owners, victim from copyright infringement. That tool aims to make easier a declaration of violation of copyrights.
In order to access to the new tool, you need to send us a written statement at the following email address : firstname.lastname@example.org
A password will be provided to you, and you will be able to connect yourself at the following address : http://www.mixturecloud.com/login
Once logged in, you will be able to use the tool straightly at the following address : http://www.mixturecloud.com/copyright_self_complaint
The whole procedure is also detailed and explained on the webpage dedicated for the declaration complaint.
You can access to the list of processing requests and also to the list of validated requests at the following address : http://www.mixturecloud.com/copyright_self_complaint
All information concerning your commitments concerning those declarations are detailed clearly in the form.
B. Field of action
Once a link sent and reported by the copyright owner, the content will be inactivated instantly, and not any other user will be able to access it. It’s the case for embedded files on other websites, as for files viewable and download on our website MixtureCloud.com. Every file loaded and hosted on our website will have created its own MD5 fingerprint.
While the upload of files, we consistently compare the MD5 fingerprint of the file, with the other MD5 fingerprints already hosted on our platform. If a MD5 fingerprint sent is comparable to a MD5 fingerprint already known as in infringement, the file will automatically be inactivated.
Please keep in mind that MixtureCloud keep itself the right to publicize any copyright infringement that will be made. As such, your declaration, (after having deleting personal information) might be displayed on the page of the file concerned. You’ll find an example of that kind of display at this link : http://www.chillingeffects.org/dmca512/notice.cgi?NoticeID=861.