Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a United States copyright law which allows particular files to be removed by their owners if they are being used without proper authorization. To be able to file a complaint, please follow the steps below:
1. Gather together the URL(s) and Topic(s) of the offending file(s)/content(s).
2. Make sure you're the precise person who owns the file and that the file does not have permission for use on this site. To make sure the DMCA to succeed, you'll have to send an e-mail from a domain that's rightfully owned by the offended company. DMCA claims from Gmail, Hotmail, or some other web mail accounts will not be accepted.
3. Prepare an e-mail to be sent to email@example.com
4. Make the subject of your email "DMCA - Company Name" (eg. "DMCA - Microsoft")
5. Include the URL(s) and Topic(s) Accumulated in the 1st step in the content of your e mail. The email should consists of the Identification of copyrighted works, Copyright infringing material location(s), and Statement of authority.
After email is sent, the file will most likely be taken down within 5 working days. We're very sorry because of this inconvenience!