Just All Things dog is an online service provider that provides legal copyright owners the ability to self-publish their dog-related content. We can’t keep track of every single submission of user-generated content but we promise to protect the rights of legal copyright owners whenever an issue arises. We take infringement violations very seriously.
Don’t hesitate to contact us in writing if you find your content on Just All Things Dog and you did not authorize such re-publication. Please be as clear and concise about your complaint as possible so we can identify the allegedly infringing content and take the necessary steps to accommodate your request. Use this form if you wish to contact us and please fill out every box with accurate and complete info to prevent delay.
You’re also welcome to notify the DMCA via fax, email or postal mail. Make sure to include the following in your notification:
1. Physical or electronic signature of copyright owner or person authorized to act on his behalf.
2. Express claim of exclusive rights to allegedly infringed material.
3. Identification of copyrighted work that has been infringed or violated. If multiple copyrighted works have been violated, send a comprehensive list that identifies every single violated copyrighted work.
4. Specific location and description of allegedly infringing material found on Just All Things Dog. Attaching the URL/s of infringing material is the best way to locate the content/s in question.
5. Enough information that would allow Just All Things Dog to contact you, the complaining party. Please include your name, address, phone number and email address.
6. An express statement that complaining party, its agent or the law has not authorized the re-use of material or the manner in which it was re-used.
7. An express statement that the notification by complaining party is accurate under the penalty of perjury, and that they are authorized to act on the legal copyright owner’s behalf.
Please remember that US Copyright Law 17 U.S.C. 512 (f) will hold any person accountable if he deliberately misrepresents that material or activity is infringing.