Posted: 04 Nov 2011 11:00 PM PDT
Do you find copyright a little fuzzy? Over the next week we’ll bring you four helpful articles on copyright from the Envato Wiki. This article can be found on the wiki here, and explains what to do if you discover you have become the victim of copyright infringement.
Do you have any questions not covered in these articles? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll put something together to clarify.
If an item for sale on the Envato Marketplaces violates your copyright, please send Envato Marketplace Support a copyright or DMCA take down notice. Please note that a copyright notice or DMCA take down notice is a very serious legal document and we advise you gain the council of a lawyer as needed.
The document you send should:
Scan this document and send it to support.
Alternately, you may fax or post this document to:
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens to money made out of the sale of the item?
Please note that if we are not compelled to release the funds within three years, after this time the funds held from the member must be released to them should they request it in writing.
Can you give me the contact details of the member who I claim violated my copyright?
Why do I need to send a DMCA take down notice or copyright claim?
Why does the member who uploaded the item for sale receive a copy of the notice?
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