The following explains how our website complies with the DMCA.

We are dedicated to addressing any claims of copyright infringement promptly. Any reports of alleged violations should follow the guidelines outlined in the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which can be found at


If any content violates someone’s copyright, we have the right to delete it, restrict access to it, ban or block access for those who posted it, and take any other necessary actions. We may also share information about the incident with third parties for documentation or publication as we see fit.

Not Legal Advice/No Attorney-Client Relationship

If you think your rights have been violated, it is a significant issue. This DMCA notice is used by us, as website owners, to stop and remove any infringement on intellectual property rights. It is not a replacement for legal advice. There may be other options available, such as taking action against an internet service provider (ISP). It is advisable to consult with a lawyer promptly.


To make things easier and resolve the issue quickly, you can report any alleged copyright infringement via email using the contact details provided on this website. Please be aware that if you make a false claim about your copyrights being violated, you may be held responsible for legal damages, court fees, and lawyer expenses. There have been cases where significant compensation was awarded for baseless complaints, so it’s advisable to seek legal advice.

If you still want to claim copyright violation, please follow these steps to expedite the process:

  1. Clearly identify the copyrighted material you believe has been infringed by providing the URL, ISBN or other relevant details.
  2. Specify the URL of the webpage where the alleged infringement is taking place.
  3. Share your contact information (preferably email address, phone number optional).
  4. Provide details that will help us reach the owner/administrator of the infringing webpage or content (preferably email address).
  5. Include the statement: “I believe in good faith that the use of the copyrighted materials mentioned above as allegedly infringing is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.”
  6. Add the statement: “I declare, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided in the notification is accurate and that I am either the copyright owner or authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the exclusive rights allegedly infringed.”
  7. Sign your affirmation digitally.


The party representing the affected website or content provider has the option to issue a counter-notification under sections 512(g)(2) and (3) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. This allows us to repost or link to the content if a valid counter-notification is received.

You can send a counter notification via email using the provided contact information on this website. Please be aware that you may be responsible for damages, court costs, and attorney fees if you make a false claim that no copyrights have been violated.

If you still want to submit a counter-notice, please follow these steps to expedite the process:

STEP 1: Identify the specific URLs or unique information of the material that was removed or disabled.

STEP 2: Provide your name, address, phone number, email address, and a statement agreeing to the jurisdiction of the Federal District Court where you live.

STEP 3: Include a statement confirming that you believe in good faith that the content was removed by mistake or misidentification.

STEP 4: Sign the affirmation digitally.

Please note that the contents of this page may change over time without notice. It is your responsibility to check back regularly for any updates.

This website’s legal notices and administrative pages have been carefully prepared by a lawyer to protect both you and us. Unauthorized use of this material is monitored through Copyscape.

If you have any questions or concerns about this page, feel free to contact us using the provided information.