The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which amended U.S. copyright law to address important parts of the relationship between copyright and the internet. The three main updates were (1) establishing protections for online service providers in certain situations if their users engage in copyright infringement, including by creating the notice-and-takedown system, which allows copyright owners to inform online service providers about infringing material so it can be taken down; (2) encouraging copyright owners to give greater access to their works in digital formats by providing them with legal protections against unauthorized access to their works (for example, hacking passwords or circumventing encryption); and (3) making it unlawful to provide false copyright management information (for example, names of authors and copyright owners, titles of works) or to remove or alter that type of information in certain circumstances.
Ive you think some of our hosted Material for example Video,Stream,Product or etc. or you are the copyright owner you can report the abuse by following these steps.
- Current Date
- What material is it you are reporting? example: Video,Live stream, etc.
- The URL or the channel URL you report
- Was it a live stream and already over send us time and date
- You are the copyright owner or a legal representative send us your email,contact details like your adress,telefon number with area code.
- For reporting you can send us email to firstname.lastname@example.org or using the contact formular in the footer.
Speekcha.com respects the intellectual property rights of third parties and
voluntarily complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).Speekcha.com is neither authorized nor able legally adjudicate asserted copyrights infringements.
Please note that, under the DMCA, any person who knowingly makes material
misrepresentations in a notification of claimed infringement or in a
counter-notification may be liable for damages.
Network Enforcement Act ("NetzDG")
The NetzDG is a German law that requires social networks to maintain a procedure for handling complaints about unlawful content. The full NetzDG can be found here. The Federal Office of Jutsice has published frequently asked questions about the law,wich can be found here.
It does not cover intellectual property rights such as copyright or trademark. Rights to your own image or general data protection rights.