Copyright Disputes and Violations
If you believe your work is here and should not be, or is being misrepresented... we want to know! Don't call a lawyer YET... we take this seriously, so please consider this:
- Having your work placed here is a great form of free promotion. Are you sure you want to remove it?
- Is the work actually stored at Diskery? If we are simply linking to somewhere else we may not have violated anything, and you need to go to the source.
- Did Diskery get permission from someone representing you?
- Is your copyright valid and enforceable where Diskery is located?
- You must be the OWNER of the work in question, or the legal representative there-of as we will not speak to anyone else as all it does is muddy the waters.
- Be able to offer proof of ownership or representation. If you claim to be the owner of a work and are not, this may mean WE will have legal claim against you.
Offer Proof of Ownership or Representation:
To prove you are the rightful owner of a copyright or representative there-of is done in one or all of the following ways sent as an e-mail attachment:
- A JPG (or equivalent) scan of your government issued Copyright Certificate.
- Since obtaining a certificate is no longer required in most jurisdictions you can also supply a bill of sale/invoice should you have purchased the rights to a work.
- Since obtaining a certificate is no longer required in most jurisdictions you can also offer evidence of your ownership by citing media sources, sales outlets, universities, libraries, or other credible sources that demonstrate your work and credit you for it.
- Offer a JPG (or equivalent) scan of your government national library registration certificate.
- If representative: send a scan of your contract/agreement with owner.
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