DMCA Take Down Procedure


All content herein is protected by DMCA Safe Harbor provisions, as posted by third parties, we will comply with valid take down notices, and are protected from liability pursuant storing and linking to Copyrighted content under Sections 512(c) and (d).

The first safe-harbor provision protects the materials posted to our blog or website at the direction of a user. This includes all files (e.g., a photograph, a film clip, an audio file) that a user posts to a comment section on our site or images of products, or products uploaded to any forum thread. This safe-harbor provision is found in section 512(c), and it states that, as the administrator of a website or other service,The Bare Bones Company will not be held liable for money damages for infringing content posted "at the direction of a user.” We have no actual knowledge that there is infringing content on our servers, nor control uploads, and will act expeditiously to remove or disable access to the infringing material located elsewhere upon receiving a properly drafted notice.

The second safe-harbor provision protects the links a user posts to other online material located elsewhere. This safe-harbor provision is found in section 512(d), and it states that an online service provider will not be held liable for money damages "or infringement of copyright by reason of the provider referring or linking users to an online location containing infringing material or infringing activity, by using information location tools, including a directory, index, reference, pointer, or hypertext link"; The links herein are not to our knowledge infringing any copyright, the language of this legal section 512(d) relieve us of liability, because we do not have actual knowledge that the material you linked to is infringing, and we will expeditiously to remove or disable access to the infringing material (such as by taking away the link) upon obtaining knowledge or awareness that the material is infringing or upon receiving a properly drafted notice of infringement.


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