In accordance with the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, Petsent.com is an online service provider that gives legal copyright owners the ability to upload, store and publish various media content. While we do not police every media that is uploaded to our server by users, we take infringement violations seriously and we will do everything we can to protect the rights of legal copyright owners.
As a legal copyright owner, if you find your content published on Petsent.com and you did not authorize the re-publication of said content, do not hesitate to contact us in writing so we can identify the content in question and take action. Here’s the link to the form you have to use should you wish to contact us.
Please fill out all the fields as accurately as possible so we can take the necessary steps to protect you as the legal copyright owner. Another option would be to notify the DMCA AGENT via email, fax or postal mail
Please ensure that the notice includes the following:
A signature, physical or digital, of the copyright owner or the person authorized to act on the owner’s behalf expressly claiming exclusive rights to the allegedly infringed material.
Identification of supposedly infringed copyright work. If there is an alleged infringement of multiple copyrighted works, please submit a list that specifically identifies each and every work allegedly infringed.
Location and description of allegedly infringing material/s so Petsent.com can locate them.
Therefore, you have to include specific URL/s of the web page/s where the infringing material is located.
Sufficient information that allows Petsent.com to contact the complaining party. Please include name, address, contact number, and email that we can contact.
A statement expressing that use of the supposedly infringed content is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent or the law.
A statement confirming the accuracy of information in the notification and that the complaining party is the rightful representative of the owner of copyrighted material allegedly infringed.
Please take note that any person who deliberately misrepresents that material or activity is infringing would be liable under US Copyright Law 17 U.S.C. 512 (f).