Intellectual Property Claims

Intellectual Property Claims (Copyright (DMCA), Trademark Infringement)

REPORTING CLAIMS OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT

At Workdeed, we value the contributions of our users and believe that user-generated content (UGC) is a key part of the online experience. We do not actively check user uploaded or created content for violations of copyright or other rights, but if you believe that any of the content on our site violates your copyright or a related exclusive right, please follow the process below.

Workdeed takes reported violations seriously and will remove or disable content that violates third-party rights.

At Workdeed.com, we're committed to creating a platform where users can share their work stories and connect with others in their field. Our content is based on User Generated Content (UGC), which means that users are free to upload and share their own work creations, such as videos, articles, and images.

While we do not check user-uploaded content for violations of copyright or other rights, we take any reports of infringement seriously. If you believe that any of the content on our site violates your copyright or a related exclusive right, please follow the process below.

Workdeed investigates all reported violations and takes appropriate action, which may include removing or disabling the content in question. We appreciate your help in protecting the rights of our users and ourselves.

If you believe that any content on Workdeed.com violates your copyright or a related exclusive right, please follow the process below:

1. Send an email to legal@workdeed.com with the following information:

- Your full name

- Your mailing address

- A description of the copyrighted work or another right that you believe is being violated

- The URL of the content that you believe is infringing

2. We will investigate the claim and remove or disable the content shown to be violating your rights.

How DMCA Claims Are Tackled By Workdeed

At Workdeed, we take DMCA claims very seriously. The DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) allows us to remove content that is identified as infringing the copyright of the party filing the original DMCA Notice. If the party filing the original DMCA Notice does not file a court action against you within ten business days of receiving the copy of your Counter-Notice, we will restore the removed content.

If you have had material removed from a website by a DMCA Notice, you may be able to get it restored by filing a Counter-Notice. The DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) allows us to restore the removed content if the party filing the original DMCA Notice does not file a court action against you within ten business days of receiving the copy of your Counter-Notice.

At Workdeed, we take DMCA claims very seriously. If a party files a DMCA notice alleging that your content is infringing, we will take down the content immediately. However, we also believe in the rights of content creators, and we want to make sure that your content is restored as quickly as possible if it was removed in error.

If you have any questions about how the DMCA works or how to file a Counter-Notice, please don't hesitate to contact us.

You can send your Notice to:

Workdeed Pvt. Ltd.

 Attention: Trademark Complaints

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 Alternatively, you can submit the Notice electronically to trademarkcomplaints@Workdeed.com or by submitting a ticket to our Trademark Complaint representative.

 

TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT

If you believe any of the uploaded content on Workdeed.com violates your trademark, please report to us. Workdeed takes violations of third-party trademark rights seriously and will investigate any reports of infringement. If the content is shown to be in violation of trademark rights, it will be removed or disabled.

At Workdeed, we take trademark infringement notices very seriously. In order to allow us to review your report promptly and effectively, a TM Notice should include the following:

We appreciate the effort you put into sending us a trademark infringement notice ("TM Notice").

You can send your Notice to:

Workdeed Pvt. Ltd.

 Attention: Trademark Complaints

 Add:

 Tel:

 Fax:

Alternatively, you can submit the Notice electronically to trademarkcomplaints@Workdeed.com or by submitting a ticket to our Trademark Complaint representative.

We have received a complaint that your trademark is being infringed on our platform. If you believe that someone is using your trademark without authorization, please let us know by filing a Trademark Notice. We will forward the notice to the user and allow them to respond.

If sufficient proof of infringement is provided, we may remove or suspend the reported materials prior to receiving the user's response. If the allegedly infringing user provides us with information indicating that it is permitted to post the allegedly infringing material, we will act in accordance with applicable law.

We take trademark infringement complaints very seriously at Shop. If you believe that someone is using your trademark without permission, please provide us with the following information:

- The name of the business or individual you believe is infringing your trademark

- The type of trademark infringement (e.g. using the same mark without permission, using a similar mark, etc.)

- The page or URL where you found the allegedly infringing material

REPEAT INFRINGERS

It is our policy in appropriate circumstances to disable and/or terminate the accounts of Workdeed users who are repeat infringers.

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