Welcome to Makeup Wearables. We at Makeup Wearables believe in the Originality and authenticity of the content and information we share on our platform. We neither breach anybody’s copyrights nor allow anyone to do so on our website. Therefore, we follow a set of standard rules to ensure the authenticity, accuracy, and originality of the content on our platform.
We respect your respective rights and every individual’s intellectual and creative work, ensuring that neither we nor anyone else breaches these rights. To ensure the originality and authenticity of the content on our platform, we strictly follow a set of rules to prohibit users and authors from uploading any content that is not their own.
However, if by any chance we came to know about any contempt of our website, we take immediate action, resulting in the alleged content ban and terminating access to our website for the respective user, preventing them from sharing any stuff on the M.W. website that belongs to others. If they do, it’s called copyright infringement.
If you think we have your own creative work protected by copyright law, it is being shown on our website without your permission. You can write to us mentioning the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which is a law about copyrights with the below-mentioned details:
- Describe What’s Yours: When you write to us about any infringement content on our website, be specific and tell us what content you are talking about or what creative work you’re talking about. For instance, if it’s on our website, provide us the exact URL of the page. Also, if there are more articles, list each for better understanding.
- Show Us Where: While writing about infringing your copyright, mention where you find your work. For instance, by providing the article on our website, you found that specific content would be a good choice.
- Sign It Off: If you own the copyrighted content, sign the message with your manual signature or electronically. However, If you’re not the owner but associated with the respective entity that owns the content, that would work, too.
- Say You Disagree: When you write to us, mention that you or the associate entity has not consented to use their work or content on any platform.
- Tell the Truth: Be honest and accurate with your message, whether you are the sole owner of the content or working on his behalf. You should mention that all the information you provide is true, and you’re saying this under the threat of lying (perjury) and its penalties.
- Give Us Your Details: Last but not least, share your complete details, such as full name, address, phone number, and email address, so we know how to reach out to you and confirm the details with you to sort out the matter with you as soon as possible.
You may write to us reporting the copyrighted stuff fragmented content to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. However, be aware that if you lie about someone’s content being stolen on our site, you will be liable to bear the charges for the trouble you cause, like legal fees and other expenses. Faking a false report is against the law, and you might end up facing legal charges.
Suppose we receive a report about stolen content or breach of copyright rights. In that case, we will remove the content from our site immediately and inform the person who posted the content on our platform about the report.
If the concerned person says that the content belongs to him and removed it by mistake, then we will guide him for the counter-notification under the law called 17 U.S.C. § 512(g)(2) and (3).
Here’s what you need to include in Counter-Notification:
- What Was Taken Down: If you think any of your content has been taken down from the platform by mistake, you may write to us. Do specify in your message which content or material is removed or stopped showing on our platform. Also, mention where it is earlier on the website.
- Where You Agree to Be: Since it is a matter of content fragment, be prepared to deal with the legal issues. Please confirm that you are comfortable dealing with the legal stuff where you live or where it needs to be dealt with.
- Agreeing to Get Legal Messages: Do mention in your mail that you are comfortable dealing with legal matters like receiving messages from the person who claimed to be your work as his.
- Your Contact Details: Share your complete contact details, including full name, address, phone number, and email address, so that we can reach out to you to find a solution to the matter.
- Tell the Truth: Mention a statement in your message stating that the significant work was yours and you have all the rights to it. There must be some confusion or mistake that it was removed.
- Your Signature: It is mandatory to sign the message electronically or with your signature.
Once we receive the required details, we can check things out and add your stuff to the website if it was taken down by mistake. We ensure everyone plays fair and respects each other’s intellectual property.
As soon as you fill in the requirement mentioned above, we will restore your content until the legal proceedings start or we receive a notice from the third party or entity claiming copyright infringement.
Also, if, in the end, it turns out that you used someone else’s content and breached the copyright rights, then you will be liable to bear all the expenses for legal proceedings.