Contacting us - DMCA
Open Door Networks is committed to compliance with copyright law. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 ("DMCA") provides recourse for owners of copyrighted material who believe that their rights under U.S. copyright law have been infringed by means of the Internet. Under the DMCA, copyright owners may notify the designated agent of an Internet service provider (including search engine providers) about any alleged infringement of their protected works, as appearing on Web pages controlled, operated or searched by the service provider.
Upon receipt of a properly delivered notification satisfying the requirements of the DMCA, Open Door will disable access to the allegedly infringing material. If the entity which posted the content believes in good faith that the take down or disabling was improper under the DMCA, the entity may submit a counter-notification to Open Door. If the counter-notification is presented in accordance with the requirements of the DMCA, Open Door will re-enable access to the disputed content. In all events, Open Door will not be a party to any dispute between third parties over alleged copyright infringement and will not seek to make an independent determination as to the validity of any claim that is the subject of any DMCA notification.
Open Door is providing the following information to you for informational purposes only. This information should NOT be construed as legal advice. If you believe that your rights have been violated and to help you understand your legal rights, you may wish to seek legal counsel.
1. Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement
If you believe that content on a Website searched by Open Door or otherwise made available via Open Door is violating your rights under U.S. copyright law, you may send your DMCA notice to Open Door's designated agent in the manner described below:
By Mail: Open Door Networks, Inc. 110 S. Laurel St., Ashland OR 97520
By Telephone: (541) 488-4127
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For your notification to be considered under the DMCA, it must contain all of the following:
You should be aware that, under the DMCA, making a misrepresentation in a DMCA notification concerning copyright infringement may make the notifying party liable for any damages, including costs and attorney's fees, incurred by the alleged infringer, by any copyright owner, by the copyright owner's authorized licensee or by Open Door.
If access to your content has been disabled as a result of a notice of copyright infringement, you may file a counter-notification with Open Door's designated agent at the address listed above. Your counter-notification must contain all of the following:
You should be aware that, under the DMCA, making a misrepresentation in a DMCA counter-notification concerning copyright infringement may make the notifying party liable for any damages, including costs and attorney's fees, incurred by any copyright owner, by the copyright owner's authorized licensee or by Open Door.