We are committed to respecting the intellectual property rights of others and expect our Users to do the same. In line with the DMCA, we've implemented a policy regarding copyright infringement. We hold the right to (1) restrict access to or remove content that, in our good faith belief, is copyrighted material unlawfully copied and disseminated by any of our advertisers, affiliates, content providers, members, or users, and (2) terminate the services of repeat infringers.

(1) Process for Submitting Copyright Infringement Claims. If you suspect that content or material available through our Services infringes on your copyright (or that of someone you represent), please forward a copyright infringement notification to ReKndle's Designated Agent for Receiving Infringement Claims (our “Designated Agent,” contact details provided below) including: (a) A physical or electronic signature of a person permitted to act for the owner of the allegedly infringed copyright; (b) Identification of the alleged infringed works or materials; (c) Details of the claimed infringing material, including its location on our Services, to allow ReKndle to locate and verify its presence; (d) Your contact details, including address, phone number, and email if available; (e) A statement of your belief in good faith that the material identified in (1)(c) is not authorized by the copyright owner, their agent, or the law; and (f) A declaration under penalty of perjury that your provided information is accurate and you are authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.

(2) Actions Upon Receipt of a Valid Infringement Notice by the Designated Agent. Upon receiving a valid copyright infringement notice, we reserve the right to: (a) delete or block access to the infringing content; (b) inform the content provider accused of infringement that the content has been removed or access disabled; and (c) terminate the access of repeat infringers to the Services.

(3) Process for Submitting a Counter-Notice to the Designated Agent. If a content provider believes that their content was wrongly removed or access was wrongfully disabled, they can send a counter-notice to the Designated Agent including: (a) A physical or electronic signature of the content provider; (b) Identification of the material removed or access disabled and its former location; (c) A statement by the content provider that they have a good faith belief that the removal or disablement was due to a mistake or misidentification; and (d) The content provider’s contact details and a statement consenting to the jurisdiction of the Federal Court in the district of the content provider’s address, or if outside the United States, in any district where ReKndle is located, agreeing to accept service of process from the person who filed the original infringement notification.

Upon receiving a counter-notice, ReKndle may, at its discretion, send a copy to the initial complainant, informing them that ReKndle may restore the removed content or stop disabling it within 10 business days. Unless the copyright owner seeks a court order against the content provider accused of infringement, the material may be reinstated or access restored in 10 to 14 business days or more after receiving the counter-notice, at ReKndle’s discretion.

Please reach out to ReKndle’s Designated Agent at the following address:

ReKndle USA, Inc. Attn: DMCA Designated Agent

For additional information or definitions of terms used, refer to ReKndle’s Terms of Use.