What is DMCA?
The Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) was passed by Congress in October 1998. The purpose of DMCA is two-fold: it limits the liability of service providers whose users are infringing upon the copyright of others, and defines the procedures necessary to report such infringement.
Reporting a DMCA violation:
Should you discover that content on TransLadyboy.com is infringing upon your copyright, you may file official notification of such infringement. Upon receipt of a valid notification, we will promptly take steps to disable access to the infringing material.
In order to be considered valid, a violation notification must include:
This notification must be sent in full to the Designated Agent under the DMCA using the Contact Us form in order to to be processed.
Please be aware that you could be liable for damages (which could also include attorneys' fees) if you materially misrepresent a claim that content is infringing upon your copyright. If you are not absolutely certain as to whether material present on TransLadyboy.com infringes upon your copyright, for example, if it may be protected under exceptions to the copyright law, like fair use, it is strongly recommended that you contact an attorney prior to submitting any claim of copyright infringement.