kindness360 respects the intellectual property rights of others and we expect people on www.blog.kindness360.org to do the same. It’s our policy—in appropriate circumstances and at our discretion—to disable or terminate the accounts of people who repeatedly infringe or are repeatedly charged with infringing copyrights or other intellectual property rights.
In keeping with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which you can read at the US Copyright Office website, we’ll respond quickly to claims of copyright infringement on www.blog.kindess360.org that are reported to our designated copyright agent, identified below.
If you’re a copyright owner or authorized to act on behalf of one, you can report alleged copyright infringements on www.blog.kindess360.org by completing the DMCA Notice of Alleged Infringement and sending it to our designated copyright agent.
When we get your DMCA notice, we’ll take whatever action we think is appropriate, which may include removing the reported content from www.blog.kindess360.org.
If we remove the content in response to a DMCA notice, we may notify the person who saved it on www.blog.kindess360.org so they have the opportunity to send a counter-notice. We may also send a complete copy of the notice to others, as appropriate.
To submit a DMCA notice, just fill out our copyright complaint form.
If you’d prefer not to use this form, please send the following information to our designated copyright agent:
If the work you’re reporting is an image, you can ask us to remove all copies of the image. At the beginning of your notice, just ask us to “remove all pages that contain the image.” Please note that we can only remove identical copies of an image—if an image file has been resized or altered, we won’t be able to find or remove it.
Send your completed DMCA notice to:
Note: This email address should only be used for copyright complaints. If you need to get in touch with us for any other reason, please use email@example.com
If you’ve gotten a notification that one of your images or articles has been removed for a copyright complaint, it means the content owner asked us to remove it. If you want us to forward the information from the copyright complaint notification, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know (we may remove some personal contact information).
If your account gets too many copyright complaints, you could lose the ability to post to www.blog.kindness360.org, or we may disable your account altogether.
If you think we made a mistake removing your image or post, you can file a counter-notice. When we get a valid counter-notice, we’ll remove the complaint from your account’s record.
Note: There are legal and financial consequences for fraudulent or bad faith counter-notices. Before submitting a counter-notice, make sure you have a good faith belief that we removed the content in error, and that you understand the repercussions of submitting a false claim.
Email your counter-notice to email@example.com and include all of the following: