This Seccom Copyright Policy is a part of Seccom Groups Terms of Service and sets forth the process by which copyright holders and their agents may remove allegedly infringing materials available on one of Seccom Groups online services.
Seccom respects the intellectual property of others and expects its users and account holders to do the same. Account holders must ensure that the materials they upload do not infringe any third-party copyright. Seccom will promptly remove materials in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) when properly notified that the materials infringe a third party's copyright. Seccom will also, in appropriate circumstances, terminate the accounts of repeat copyright infringers.
In filing any request, please ensure that your notice is complete and that your statements are accurate. If we request additional information necessary to make your notice complete, please provide that information promptly. If you fail to provide the required information, your request may not be processed further. For non-copyright complaints, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DMCA Takedown Notices
The EUECD does not have the concept of takedown notices however we are obliged to take down any material that breaches EU copyright law if we are aware of it on our systems. Posting copyright material without appropriate permission is strictly against out Terms of Service and. We do not actively monitor any content on our systems and therefore are unlikely to be aware of any content posted. Where our clients opt to encrypt their streams, we are unable to view the content of those streams.
If you are as a copyright owner or agent for copyright owner become aware of unauthorised material on our systems then you may make us aware of the material and we are then obliged to investigate and where upheld take down any such information.
To request the removal of materials based upon copyright infringement, you must file a notice containing the following:
You may submit this notice:
Seccom may disclose notices with affected users and third-party databases that collect
If you are a Seccom user who wishes to challenge the removal of materials caused by a takedown notice, you must file a counter-notification containing the following:
You may submit this notice:
Seccom will forward any complete counter-notification to the person who filed the original takedown notice. The copyright owner(s) may elect to file a lawsuit against you for copyright infringement. If we do not receive notice that such a lawsuit has been filed within ten (10) business days after we provide notice of your counter-notification, we may restore the challenged materials. Until that time, your materials will remain removed.
Seccom will terminate accounts that receive three (3) EUECD strikes. A “EUECD strike” accrues each time that material is removed from a user’s account due to a EUECD notice. We may group multiple EUECD notices received within a short period of time as a single EUECD strike.
We may remove a EUECD strike in appropriate circumstances, such as where (1) the underlying material is ultimately restored due to a EUECD counter-notification; or (2) the claimant withdraws the underlying notice.
We may terminate user accounts that receive fewer than three (3) EUECD strikes in appropriate circumstances, such as where the user has a history of violating or wilfully disregarding our Terms of Service or the terms of their contract.
Seccom Groups Copyright Agent
You may address inquiries to Seccom Groups Copyright Agent:
Attn: Copyright Agent
47 The Lanes
Last Updated: 19th January 2022