All of the content on castleapp-download.com is either user-generated content that users have sent to the website via email or freely accessible content that is thought to be in the public domain and can be found elsewhere on the Internet. According to our understanding of our rights under the U.S. Copyright Fair Use Act (Title 17, U.S. Code), all posted content, including pictures and videos, is legal.
Alert for Copyright Violations
Both the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) and 17 U.S.C. 512 are complied with by castlesapps.com. As required by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) and other relevant intellectual property laws, it is our intention to respond to any infringement notices and take the necessary legal action.
If you want content that is protected by your copyright that has been placed to castleapp-download.com or is linked to by any search engine deleted, you must send a written notification that includes the details specified in the next section. Please be advised that if you falsely claim that any information on our site violates your copyrights, you will be held responsible for damages (including costs and attorneys’ fees). In order to get legal advice on this subject, we advise you to speak with a lawyer.
Your copyright infringement claim must include the following components:
- Give proof that the individual claiming to represent the owner of the allegedly violated exclusive right is authorised to do so.
- Please provide us with accurate contact information so we can reach you. Include a working email address as well.
- The claimed copyrighted work must be sufficiently described, and you must mention at least one search phrase that the material is found using on castleapp-download.com.
- An explanation of the complaining party’s good faith conviction that the use of the content in question is illegal under the terms of the copyright owner’s or its agent’s licence or other applicable legal provisions.
- under penalty of perjury, a declaration that the details in the notification are true and that the person filing the complaint has the owner’s permission to act on their behalf.
- must be signed by the representative who is legally permitted to act on behalf of the owner of the alleged infringing exclusive right.