DMCA Policy

Darood Shareef respects the intellectual property rights of others and expects the same from its users. This DMCA Policy outlines the process for reporting alleged copyright infringement on our website.

What is the DMCA?

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a U.S. law that protects copyright holders’ rights in the digital world. It allows us to remove content that allegedly infringes on a copyright holder’s rights, once we receive proper notification.

What Content Can Be Reported?

You can report any content on Darood Shareef that you believe infringes on your copyright, including:

  • Written works: poems, articles, blog posts, etc.
  • Audio recordings: voice, lectures, speeches, etc.
  • Visual works: images, photographs, illustrations, etc.
  • Videos: clips, TV shows, videos, etc.

How to File a DMCA Complaint:

To file a DMCA complaint, you must submit a written notification to our designated agent. The notification should include the following information:

  1. Identification of the copyrighted work: Clearly describe the work you believe is being infringed.
  2. Identification of the infringing material: Provide the specific URL or location of the infringing content on Darood Shareef.
  3. Your contact information: Include your name, address, email address, and phone number.
  4. Statement of good faith: State that you believe in good faith that the use of the material is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
  5. Signature: Sign the notification electronically or physically.

Our Response

Upon receiving your DMCA complaint, we will:

  • Review your complaint: We will carefully review your notification to determine if it complies with the DMCA’s requirements.
  • Remove infringing content: If your complaint is valid, we will remove the infringing material from our website promptly.
  • Notify the user: We will notify the user who posted the infringing content about the removal and the DMCA complaint.

Important Notes

  • False claims: Making false claims of copyright infringement can have legal consequences. Please ensure your claim is valid before filing a complaint.
  • Counter-notifications: If your content has been removed due to a DMCA complaint, you can file a counter-notification to dispute the claim.
  • Seek legal advice: If you are unsure about your rights or how to file a DMCA complaint, we recommend seeking legal advice.

Contact us

Drop us an email at DMCA Removal Request page for any DMCA-related concerns. We’re here to help and sort things out amicably.

We respect the rights of all copyright holders and will take appropriate action to address reported infringements. Thank you for helping us protect creativity online.