COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT – DMCA NOTICE
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a United States copyright law that provides online service providers who have content on their sites to be relieved from liability for copyright infringement if they promptly remove the offending content once notified of an alleged infringement by the Copyright owner or his designated Agent.
You may file a complaint with AMD and its designated Agent if you believe that a content hosted by AMD is violating your rights under US Copyright Law by mail or email, which is as follows:
Name: Brooke & Nieto Team
2603 Camino Ramon #200, San Ramon, CA 94583
If the Copyright Owner believes that their copyright work has been copied without permission, you must provide the following information to AMD. Your DMCA takedown notice must contain the following information:
Copyright Owner or the designated Agent must:
- Provide an electronic or physical signature.
- Provide a description of the copyrighted work that is claimed as infringed.
- Identify where the infringing copyrighted work is located on the AMD website.
- Provide contact information such as name, address, phone number and email address.
- Provide a statement that they have good faith belief that the infringing use is not authorized by the Copyright Owner, his designated Agent or by law.
- Provide a statement under penalty of perjury that the information in the notice is accurate and that they are the Copyright Owner or an authorized Agent to act on behalf of the Copyright Owner.
Copyright Owner or its designated Agent who make misrepresentations with regards to the copyright infringement may be liable for damages incurred as a result of removing or blocking the alleged copyrighted work.
Counter-Notification to Claimed Copyright Infringement
You can file a counter-notification with AMD’s designated Agent at the address listed above or at DMCA@amd.com if a notice of copyright infringement has been filed against you. In such counter-notification you must have the following information:
- Provide a physical or electronic signature.
- Identify the copyrighted material that was removed or disabled and the location from where it was removed or disabled.
- Provide a statement under penalty of perjury that you have a good faith belief that the copyrighted material was removed or disabled because of a mistake or misidentification.
- Provide your name, address, phone number and email address.
- Provide a statement that you consent to the jurisdiction of the Federal District Court in the district where you are located.
- Accept service of process from the complainant.
The DMCA provides that the copyrighted material that was removed or disabled will be restored or re-enabled upon receipt of valid counter-notification. US copyright law provides substantial penalty for a false counter-notice filed in response to a notice of copyright infringement.