INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS POLICY
Canvasholic provides an internet-based platform that allows its users to design and sell their own T-shirts and other merchandise. We contractually prohibit our users from designing or selling merchandise that infringes the intellectual property rights of third parties (including without limitation copyright, trademark, and related rights). If you believe that a user of the Canvasholic service has infringed your intellectual property rights, we encourage you to contact us using the procedure outlined below.
A. PROCEDURE FOR REPORTING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INFRINGEMENT:
It is Canvasholic policy to (1) block access to or remove any content (including, without limitation, text, graphics, and photos) (collectively, "Content") that it believes in good faith to infringe the intellectual property rights of third parties following receipt of a compliant notice; and (2) remove and discontinue service to repeat infringers.
If you believe that Content residing on or accessible through the Canvasholic Service constitutes copyright infringement, or that your intellectual property rights have been otherwise violated, please send a notice of infringement containing the following information to the Designated Agent listed below:
Identification of the copyrighted work or other intellectual property that you claim has been infringed on or through the Canvasholic Service, including the registration number(s) for any such material if applicable;
Your contact information, including your full name, mailing address, telephone number, and email address;
A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use of the copyrighted work or other intellectual property is not authorized by the copyright holder, its agents, or the law;
An electronic or physical signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the rights holder.
B. ONCE PROPER BONA FIDE INFRINGEMENT NOTIFICATION IS RECEIVED BY THE DESIGNATED AGENT:
It is Canvasholic policy: to remove or disable access to the allegedly-infringing Content; to notify the member whose Content has been removed or disabled; and that repeat offenders will have the allegedly-infringing Content removed from the Service and that Canvasholic will terminate such member's access to the Service.
C. PROCEDURE TO SUPPLY A COUNTER-NOTICE TO THE DESIGNATED AGENT:
If the notified-member believes that the Content that was removed or to which access was disabled is either not infringing, or the member believes that he or she has the right to post and use such Content from the rights owner, the owner's agent, or pursuant to the law (including as a fair use), the notified-member must send a counter-notice containing the following information to the Designated Agent listed below:
Identification of the Content that has been removed or disabled, including a description of the where the material in question appeared on the Canvasholic Service before it was removed or disabled;
A statement by you, made under penalty of perjury, that you have a good faith belief that the Content was removed or blocked as a result of a mistake or misidentification of the Content in question;
A statement by you that you consent to the jurisdiction of the Federal Court for the judicial district in which your address is located or, if your address is outside of the USA, for the judicial district in which Canvasholic is located, and that you will accept service of process from the person who provided notification of the alleged infringement;
Your electronic or physical signature.
If a counter-notice is received by the Designated Agent, Canvasholic may send a copy of the counter-notice to the original complaining party informing that party that Canvasholic may replace the removed Content or cease disabling it in 10 business days. Unless the rights owner files an action seeking a court order against the member, the removed Content may be replaced, or access to it restored, in 10 to 14 business days or more after receipt of the counter-notice, at Canvasholic discretion.
Please note that under Section 512(f) of the DMCA, any person who knowingly misrepresents that Content or activity is infringing may be subject to liability for damages, including attorney's fees.