Report Infringing Content:
Only the intellectual property rights owner can report potentially infringing content to TopOutlines. If you are not the rights owner, you can help by reaching out to the rights owner and encouraging them to contact us. If you are the rights owner to any content posted on TopOutlines without your consent please contact us. To report content that violates your rights, either email the Registered TopOutlines Agent at the email listed below with the subject line DMCA Violation, or send a letter to the address below.
Action Against Repeat Infringers:
TopOutlines does not tolerate the misuse of its marketplace by those who knowingly infringe on the intellectual property rights of content owners. When we notice that a piece of copyrighted content has been posted on the TopOutlines site we take the following action steps:
- Promptly remove the infringing material.
- Send a message to the user posting the material informing them of the takedown and providing them with links to educate them on the importance of following copyright rules and warning them about future action for continued failure to comply.
- Should a review of the user’s account reveal that there have been prior postings of infringing material, we will take further action including the removal of that user’s ability to use TopOutlines.
Alleged Infringers Right to Submit a Counter Notice:
The ability to submit a counter notice is provided under the federal Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Once we receive a valid counter notice, we’ll provide a copy of the notice to the rights owner and inform them that the content will be reinstated after 10 business days if they don’t inform us that they have filed an action seeking a court order to restrain you from relisting.
In compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Top Outlines LLC has appointed John Philip Shealy Walter, as the agent to receive notification of claimed infringement from a copyright owner.
Send any allegations to:
Top Outlines LLC, John Philip Shealy Walter, Esq.
Marcell Felipe Attorneys
1001 Brickell Bray Drive, Suite 1504
Miami, Florida 33131
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act specifies that all infringement claims must be in writing (either electronic mail or paper letter) and must include the following elements:
- A physical or electronic signature.
- Identification of the infringed work.
- Identification of the infringed material.
- Contact information for the complainant, e.g. address, telephone number, electronic mail address a statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner or the law.
- A statement that the information contained in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.