Last Updated: 27 April 2018
The TIC Training Center takes the intellectual property rights of others very seriously. This Policy governs the reporting process for allegedly infringing material and the procedures we will abide by in responding to reports of infringement.
This Policy was drafted in accordance with established intellectual property law, including the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
If you would like to report alleged intellectual property infringement, submit a counter notice to a notice of infringement submitted against you, or withdraw a notice of infringement you submitted, please email us at tic@TraumaInformedCareTraining.com.
a. Notices of Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights. We do our best to respond as quickly as possible when we receive proper notice of intellectual property infringement. When we receive proper notice that something on our Services infringes upon someone else’s intellectual property rights, we remove or disable access to the allegedly infringing material as soon as possible. We will then make a reasonable attempt to contact the allegedly infringing party of the takedown and provide information about the notice we received and our removal of the allegedly infringing content. When the case involves alleged copyright infringement, we also provide information about counter-notification. We may send a copy of the original notice to the alleged infringer.
b. Counter Notices. If we receive a counter notice, we may reinstate the allegedly infringing material. Please remember that you may be liable for damages (including costs and attorney’s fees) if you materially misrepresent that material is not infringing the intellectual property rights of others. A copy of the counter notice will be sent to the other party.
c. Repeat Infringement. The TIC Training Center may terminate the accounts of users and ISPs who repeatedly receive notices of intellectual property infringement, at our sole discretion.