Respecting Intellectual Property
Hostlica, LLC ("Hostlica") supports the protection of intellectual property. Whether you are a trademark owner, service mark or copyright owner, Hostlica promises to assist you in protecting your legal rights. Therefore, it has prepared the following policies to consider claims for trademark and/or copyright infringement.
Domain Name Dispute Allegations
If you have any concerns or disputes regarding the registered domain name, please refer to the Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy ("UDRP"). Disputes regarding the registration of domain names will be sent to the domain owner, ICANN-approved arbitral tribunal or court system. For more information on sending copies of court and legal documents to Hostlica, please review our Lawyers Tips.
This Trademark/Copyright Infringement Policy excludes domain name disputes and has been created to allow reporting of potential violations involving other Hostlica products and services.
Copyright and Trademark Claims
To notify Hostlica of copyright or trademark infringement, please follow the specific guidelines (A) for filing a trademark claim or (B) the specific guidelines for filing a copyright complaint.
If you are responding to a violation complaint, follow our Counter-Notification Policy (C) below.
A. Trademark Claims
You ("Complaining Party"), valid and registered trademark or service mark (foreign trademarks registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office as the Master Registry or with your country's applicable intellectual property organizations; government registrations or Supplementary Registrations are valid for these purposes. If you want to file a trademark claim for infringement of a brand you own, Hostlica requests that the Complaining Party support these claims in one of two ways: (i) by filling out the form available here or (ii) by e-mailing the following information to Aktif@ Aktifhost.net forward to address. "Trademark Claims" should be written in the subject line of the e-mail. **NOTE: You can get your claim looked at very quickly by completing the online form.** To be considered valid, a notice of alleged trademark infringement must include the following information:
The trademark, service mark, trade appearance, name or other indication of affiliation that is allegedly infringed, including the registration number ("mark").
The jurisdiction or geographic area applicable to the brand.
Name, postal address and telephone number of the owner of the above-mentioned brand.
Products and/or services available or offered under the aforementioned brand.
Date of first use of the brand described above.
Date of first use of the mark described above in interstate commerce.
A description of the use in which the Complaining Party's trademark claims to be infringed.
Sufficient proof that the allegedly infringing website owner is a Hostlica customer.
The infringed trademark, e-mail address, etc. exact location, including
A good faith certificate under affidavit stating:
[specify website] website content violates the rights of another party,
Name of the specified party,
The trademark [specify the mark] infringed, and
The use of the content of the allegedly infringing website is not justifiable.
For Copyright Claims, upon receipt of appropriate notice from the Complaining Party pursuant to Section 1 of Copyright Claims above, Hostlica will initiate an investigation and forward the Complaining Party's written notice to the alleged infringer. While Hostlica investigates the claim, Hostlica will, in its sole discretion and have no legal liability, lock the alleged infringer domain names, redirect DNS and/or temporarily block access to the infringing material if it is stored only on the Hostlica server; or inform you that it will be removed.
Hostlica may, in its sole discretion and without any legal obligation to do so, continue to suspend the Hostlica account of the alleged infringer and/or block access to the infringing material if it is stored only on the Hostlica server. If Hostlica determines that the Complaining Party has not made a legitimate request, Hostlica will restore access to the material allegedly infringing.
The Complaining Party should understand that Hostlica, the ICANN registered domain name registrar, and its customers are subject to the UDRP. Nothing in this Policy can be created to replace UDRP and cannot replace Hostlica and its customers' obligation to comply with it in domain name disputes.
B. Copyright Claims
If the Complaining Party wishes to claim copyright compensation for material in which you have a true copyright, Hostlica will require the Complaining Party to prove this claim by either (i) completing the form available here, or (ii) emailing the following information to support@ Aktifhost By sending to .net address: "Copyright Claim" should be written in the subject line of the e-mail. Copyright claims can be sent by e-mail to the following address: Copyright Agent, Hostlica, Pirimehmet Mahallesi Cumhuriyet Caddesi 14/8 Merkez/ISPARTA. **NOTE: You can get your claim looked at very quickly by filling out the online form.** To
be considered valid, a notice of the alleged copyright infringement must be provided to Hostlica and must include the following information:
Electronic signature of the copyright holder or the person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of a specific copyright that is allegedly infringed.
Identification of the copyrighted work allegedly infringing, or if multiple copyrighted works on a single online site make a single notice, a representative list of works at that site.
A description of the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing action and that needs to be removed or our access disabled, and information that will allow Hostlica to locate the material.
Information that will allow Hostlica to reach the Complaining Party, such as the address, telephone number and, if any, e-mail address where the Complaining Party can be contacted.
Statement that the Complaining Party believes that the use of the material complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
Knowledge that the Complaining Party owns or has the authority to act on behalf of a private right that is allegedly infringed, under affidavit and affidavit that the information in the notification is correct.
For Copyright Claims, upon receipt of appropriate notice from the Complaining Party pursuant to Section 1 of Copyright Claims above, Hostlica will initiate an investigation and forward the Complaining Party's written notice to the alleged infringer. While Hostlica investigates the claim, Hostlica may, in its sole discretion and without any legal obligation to do so, temporarily terminate the alleged infringer's access to the infringing material if it locks domain names, redirects DNS, and/or if stored only on the Hostlica server. inform you that it will block or remove it.
If Hostlica determines that the Complaining Party has made a legitimate copyright claim, it will continue to suspend the alleged infringing Party's Hostlica account and/or block access to the infringing material if it is stored only on the Hostlica server. If Hostlica determines that the Complaining Party has not made a legitimate request, Hostlica will restore access to the material allegedly infringing.
C. Counter Notification Policy
Counter Notification. If you receive a notice of copyright or trademark infringement that you wish to claim in good faith that the material has been removed or disabled by mistake, or that the material has been incorrectly identified as having been removed or disabled, please email support@ Aktifhost.net or Aktif@ Aktifhost.net Provide Counter-Notification by sending an e-mail and also provide the following information:
Electronic signature of the alleged infringer.
Identifying where the material was removed or disabled and where the material was located before it was removed or disabled.
A statement by the alleged infringing party that the material was removed or disabled by mistake, or that the material was falsely determined to be removed or disabled.
The name, address and address of the alleged infringing party confirms the jurisdiction of the Federal District Court for the jurisdiction of Arizona or, if the address of the alleged infringing party is outside the United States, confirms the jurisdiction of another jurisdiction in which Hostlica may be located, and that the alleged infringer has confirmed the jurisdiction of the Complaining Party or that Party. A statement indicating acceptance of the incoming transaction service from the broker.
Upon receipt of the Counter-Notice as defined in Section 1 above, Hostlica must promptly provide the Complaining Party with a copy of the Counter-Notice and notify that Party within ten (10) business days that it will replace the removed material or deactivate access. At least ten (10) years after receipt of Hostlica Counter-Notice, unless Hostlica first receives notification from the Complaining Party stating that the Violating Party is suing to obtain a court order to prevent Hostlica company from committing infringement on material on its system or network; and will replace the removed material within a maximum of fourteen (14) business days and will deactivate the permit.
D. Repeated Violations
It is Hostlica's policy to ensure that Hostlica customers and account holders who repeatedly violate this policy and infringe copyrighted works, trademarks and other intellectual property rights are terminated, where appropriate.