Miio is committed to protecting the intellectual property of third parties. On this page, rights owners will find information regarding how to report copyright and other intellectual property infringements by users posting content on our website, and answers to some frequently asked questions regarding our policies.
If you are a user concerned about the removal of your content, please visit our page How to Appeal Claims of Copyright Infringement page.
Miio complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. § 512), also known as the DMCA. The DMCA provides a simple procedure for copyright owners to report content that infringes their copyrights. Please be aware that the DMCA makes copyright owners liable if they materially misrepresent that a user's content is infringing.
To report a copyright infringement by a Miio user, all you need to do is fill out our automated DMCA form. This form is the fastest way to report a copyright infringement.
If you prefer, you can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to include all of the notice elements listed in the DMCA at 17 U.S.C. § 512(c)(3). You can also find these elements listed in our automated DMCA form.
What happens after I send the report?
We will make every effort to review your report as quickly as we can. So long as everything appears to be in order, we will promptly remove or disable access to the content. We will also notify the user and, if requested, provide your report to the user. We will terminate repeat infringers when appropriate.
What is the contact information for your DMCA designated agent?
Please keep in mind that the fastest way to send our designated agent a DMCA notice of copyright infringement is by using our automated DMCA form. Nevertheless, if you wish to contact our designated agent through traditional (and slower) methods, the contact information for our designated agent is:
Attn: Copyright Agent
24 Park Crest
Newport Coast, CA 92003
Can I report the infringement of someone else's intellectual property rights?
If you are not the IP owner (or the authorized representative of the owner) you cannot report a suspected infringement to us. If you believe that content on the Miio website violates another party's IP, you should advise the copyright owner directly.
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If you have any further questions after having reviewed these pages, feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Effective: May 1st, 2010