720zone INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY
720zone is a service provider under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. section 512 ("DMCA"). 720zone has adopted the following policy concerning copyright infringement in accordance with the DMCA and copyright law. 720zone will respond promptly to claims of copyright infringement reported to its designated copyright agent. It is 720zone's policy to: (1) accommodate and not interfere with standard technical measures (as defined by the DMCA) used to identify and protect copyrighted works; (2) disable access to or remove content that it believes in good faith may infringe the copyrights of third parties; and (3) discontinue service to users who repeatedly make such content available or otherwise violate 720zone's Terms of Service. Please do not abuse the 720zone service by using it to distribute materials to which you do not have the rights.
720zone COPYRIGHT AND EUCD POLICY
Article 14 of the EU Electronic Commerce Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and Council of 8 June 2000; Article 5 of the EU Directive 2001/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 2001
How to Report Infringement
If you are the owner of any exclusive right under copyright laws, or are authorized to act on behalf of such an owner, and you believe that a copyrighted work is being used or provided through the 720zone service in a manner that constitutes copyright infringement, please send the following information to 720zone's designated agent:
To submit your notice, click here to send it to 720zone's designated agent.
If 720zone's designated agent receives proper notification, or if 720zone comes to believe in good faith that content available through the 720zone service may infringe copyrights, it will remove or disable access to the potentially infringing materials as soon as reasonably possible. 720zone will also promptly notify the member or user who made the content available through the 720zone service that the content has been removed or access to it has been disabled.
How to Submit a Counter-Notification if You Dispute Removal or Blocking of Content
If material is removed from the 720zone service, or if access to material is disabled, and you believe that (1) the material is not infringing, or (2) that you have the right to use or distribute the material as the copyright owner, the copyright owner's agent or licensee, or pursuant to the law, you may submit a counter-notification to 720zone. Please note that in order to be ensured of receiving notice that material has been removed or access to it has been disabled, you must provide an e-mail address to 720zone when you upload material.
720zone must receive any counter-notification within ten business days of giving notice that material has been removed or access to it disabled. If your counter-notification is not received within that time, the material will be permanently disabled.
Please send any counter-notification to 720zone's designated agent, with the following information:
If a proper counter-notification is received by 720zone's designated agent, 720zone may send a copy of the counter-notification to the original complaining party. The counter-notification may be accompanied by notice that 720zone will replace or restore access to the content within 15 days of date the notice is sent, unless a legal action is brought against the member or user who provided the counter-notification, seeking a court order regarding the ownership and/or use of the content, and 720zone is provided with proof of the commencement of the action. If such an action is not commenced and proof of commencement provided to 720zone, then the content that is the subject of the counter-notification will be replaced or access to it restored unless 720zone determines, in its sole discretion, that doing so would be contrary to 720zone's Terms of Service, including but not limited to this Intellectual Property Policy.
To submit a counter-notification, send it to 720zone's designated agent.
720zone TRADEMARK POLICY
When materials are uploaded to the 720zone service, a URL that links to that material is automatically generated. 720zone does not knowingly incorporate third party trademarks into the URLs generated when material is uploaded. Furthermore, 720zone does not provide an index of materials available through the 720zone service. Therefore, except with respect to any advertising that 720zone may provide pursuant to agreements with advertisers, third party trademarks will not normally appear on 720zone's website.
If you believe that the 720zone service is being used to distribute products or services using your trademark in a manner that violates your rights as a trademark holder, you may submit a notification to 720zone. Use the process described above for submitting a notification of copyright infringement (“How to Report Infringement”), but specify that your notification pertains to trademark infringement by including the phrase “Trademark Notice” in the subject line of your e-mail message or letter. In addition to the information identifying the trademarked materials and their location, include the following: (1) a statement that you have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the trademark owner, the trademark owner's agent, or the law; (2) a statement that you are the owner or are authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the trademark that you believe is being infringed; (3) an assurance that the information being provided is accurate; and (4) your physical or electronic signature.
Following receipt of a proper notification, 720zone will promptly disable access to or remove content that it believes in good faith may infringe the trademark rights of third parties.