This policy addresses what we do in the event of copyright infringement reports from content owners and trademark infringement claims from trademark owners with respect to the courses on the INDRAP platform. The policy also addresses what we do when ADRAP instructors’ courses are copied on third-party platforms without their consent.
Third-Party Copyright Infringement Reports
ADRAP’s policy is to remove courses from the INDRAP platform when they are reported as infringing in a copyright infringement notice received from the owner of the original content. It is also our policy to remove all courses from any instructor who is determined to be a repeat offender (for whom ADRAP has received more than two valid takedown notices). We reserve the right to terminate an instructor’s account at any time, including when they post content in violation of the copyrights of others.
How to File a Report
If you would like to report a course on the ADRAP marketplace and if you are the owner or the designated agent of the owner of the rights to the content that you believe the course is infringing. Send us a mail with a word document attachment stating the following
Within 24 hours of receiving the mail, we will commence the process of verification and one of our agents will immediately make contact with you.Before you submit a copyright claim, make sure that use of the content copied in the course does not qualify as fair use.
If we receive a valid copyright violation report, we will send a copy of that report to the instructor who posted the reported course along with a notification that 1) the course was reported for copyright infringement and 2) we are removing the course from the ADRAP service. We will also attach a form that the instructor can fill in and send back to us to submit a counter-notification. If your course has been reported for copyright infringement and removed from the ADRAP service, and if you believe we made a mistake or that you have permission from the owner of the reported content to use such content in your course, then you may send us a counter-notification.
The best way to provide us with a counter-notification is to fill in the form we provided you and send it back to the ADRAP designated agent or the copyright team member who notified you. To be effective, a counter notification must be in writing and include the following information:
Knowingly submitting a false or misleading counter-notification to a claim of infringement is illegal and you could be held liable and have to pay damages as a result. ADRAP reserves the right to seek damages from any party that submits a counter-notification of claimed infringement or counter notification in violation of the law.
Reports from Instructors of Infringing Content on Other Platforms
We understand that when you post and make available your courses on the ADRAP marketplace, you want to make sure that you will not find your courses offered on another platform without your permission. To help combat copyright infringement and piracy affecting courses of our instructors, we partnered with PiraShield, an anti-piracy vendor, to seek out and find instances of infringement and to have any infringing content removed from third-party platforms.
In the event you find your course available on another platform without your permission, please send us a mail at email@example.com we will immediately contact you.
Third-Party Trademark Infringement Reports
ADRAP’s policy is to remove courses from our service when they are reported as infringing a third-party trademark. We also reserve the right to terminate an instructor’s account at any time, including when they post content in violation of the trademark rights of others.
How to Submit a Trademark Infringement Report
The fastest and easiest way to submit a report of trademark infringement to us is to send a notice to the Designated Agent containing the information identified below. Please note that a copy of your notice will be sent to the party who posted the content you are reporting. Before you submit a trademark infringement report, please remember these important things:
Designated Agent Contact Information
ADRAP’s Designated Agent for notices of reported infringement can be contacted in the following manner: Via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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