Reporting Claims of Intellectual Property Last update 1 month ago

REPORTING CLAIMS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY


Xp Freelancer values intellectual property rights and is committed to ensuring the protection of such rights within our freelancer marketplace. Our platform thrives on User Generated Content (UGC), and while we do not actively monitor content for violations, we take reported claims seriously. If you believe that any content on Xp Freelancer infringes your intellectual property rights, we provide clear procedures for reporting such instances.


REPORTING COPYRIGHT CLAIMS


If you encounter a potential copyright violation on Xp Freelancer, we encourage you to utilize our user-friendly online reporting tools. Alternatively, you can submit a formal infringement notice, known as a DMCA Notice, to our designated agent.


DMCA NOTICE REQUIREMENTS


To expedite the review process, your DMCA Notice should contain the following:


  • - Identification of your copyrighted work and the rights being infringed.
  • - Details of your copyright ownership, including registration information if available.
  • - A brief explanation of how the content on Xp Freelancer violates your copyright.
  • - Clear references to the specific infringing materials, such as project URLs.
  • - Your complete contact information, including name, address, email, and phone number.
  • - A statement asserting your good faith belief that the use of the material is not authorized.
  • - A statement made under penalty of perjury confirming the accuracy of the information provided.
  • - Your electronic or physical signature.


You can send your DMCA Notice to our designated agent at the following address:


Xp Freelancer

Attention: DMCA Claims Agent

71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden,

London, United Kingdom


Alternatively, you can submit the Notice electronically to [email protected].


Upon receipt of a valid DMCA Notice, we will promptly investigate the reported infringement and take appropriate action in accordance with applicable laws.


DMCA COUNTER-NOTICE PROCEDURE


If your content has been removed or disabled due to a mistake or misidentification, you have the right to file a counter-notice. The counter-notice should include:


- Your signature.

- Identification of the removed material and its previous location.

- Sufficient contact information for communication.

- A statement under penalty of perjury affirming your good faith belief in the material's legality.

- Consent to jurisdiction for legal proceedings.


TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT REPORTING


Similarly, if you believe that content on Xp Freelancer violates your trademark rights, you can submit a trademark infringement notice (TM Notice). The TM Notice should include:


- Identification of your trademark and the infringed goods/services.

- Proof of trademark ownership, either through registration or legal documentation.

- Details of the alleged infringement.

- Clear references to the infringing materials.

- Your complete contact information.

- A statement affirming your good faith belief in the infringement.

- Your signature.


You can send your TM Notice to the provided address or electronically to [email protected].


RESPONSE AND ACTIONS


Upon receipt of any notice, we will notify the allegedly infringing user and provide an opportunity for response. If sufficient evidence of infringement is provided, we may remove or suspend the reported materials. Repeat infringers may face account termination.


At Xp Freelancer, we are committed to fostering a marketplace that respects intellectual property rights. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us maintain a fair and lawful environment for all users.