As part of the accordance, we follow the process that is set by the DMCA that allows a creator to notify websites and other online entities of an alleged copyright infringement issue. We ask that anyone wishing to protest the use of any content on this site or any affiliated web pages follow this same process as well.
Report any alleged copyright infringements found on Glowpedia.com by completing a DMCA Alleged Infringement Notice and emailing it to admin (at) glowpedia (dot) com.
Your email should include the following:
Identification of the alleged copyright infringement. Note what web page the issue is located on and specify what you believe has been used without permission or that Glowpedia.com does not have rights to use.
Your affiliation with the content in question: includes a full legal name and company name (if different from your name), title, mailing address, and phone number.
Both of the following statements: “I hereby state that I have a good faith belief that the disputed use of the copyrighted material is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law (eg: as a fair use).” and “I hereby state that the information in this notice is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that I am the owner, or authorized to act on behalf of, the owner, of the copyright or of an exclusive right under the copyright that is allegedly infringed.”
How long does the process take after my DMCA report?
It depends on how responsive the host in question is. Search engines, especially Google, can take up to 10 working days to respond to DMCA complaints, but many web hosts respond within 24 hours.
What can copyrighted material be removed with a DMCA notice?
All types of copyrighted content can be removed, including:
- Text (including Word. Doc documents, plain text etc)
- Video (including MPG, AVI, RM, MOV, Quicktime, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer)
- Music & audio (including MP3, MP4, MIDI, WMA, WAV)
- Images, pictures & photos (Including JPG / JPEG, GIF, PNG, PSD & more)
- MySpace / FaceBook pictures