Intellectual Property Rights Policy

Our customers are entirely and solely responsible for the content they ask us to reproduce. This means that you, as our customer, are solely responsible for
obtaining any legal permission required from any third party content or copyright owner that might be necessary to lawfully duplicate your content.

The United States Copyright Act, a federal law, mandates that it is not lawful to duplicate someone else’s copyrighted works, which includes songs, recordings,
movies, photographs, drawings and text, without first obtaining their legal permission or otherwise qualifying for a specific exemption under Copyright Law.
While “Fair Use” may provide certain limited rights to you, we are not your attorney and cannot determine whether “Fair Use” protects your specific duplication request or not.

There are other laws that might impact your desire to duplicate certain works without prior written permission such as trademark law, and the rights of privacy and publicity.

When you bring content to use to duplicate, you specifically guarantee and warrant to us that one or more of the following is true:

1. You are the sole owner of the copyright or otherwise have the legal right to duplicate the subject work.
2. You have a direct or implied license from the copyright owner, or it’s agent, to duplicate the subject work.
3. You have verified that the subject work is in the public domain.
4. Your making and use of a duplication of all or part of the work clearly falls into “fair use” as defined by the Copyright Act.

You hereby agree, by ordering our services, to indemnify us from any losses, including fees, costs, judgments, awards and reasonable attorney’s fees, regarding any third party legal action, actual or threatened, that arises from your use of our
services and a purported violation of the Copyright Act, or any other intellectual property related law, or right of privacy or publicity, arising from our duplication of the content you request us to duplicate.

We reserve the right to refuse to duplicate any work that we believe is not lawfully in your possession or any work that we believe would result, if duplicated, in the violation of the  Copyright Act or any other law.

Any copyright or trademark owner who knows that a customer of our service has infringed their copyright or trademark protected works should contact us immediately.

We do not scan the contents of any work that is brought to us for duplication, other than such quality control related examination as may be necessary to complete the requested duplication.

If you believe that content has been duplicated without the proper permission of the content owner or as permitted by law, please contact us immediately.

Your notice of alleged copyright infringement should include the following.

The physical signature of the owner of the copyright or of the person legally authorized to act on the owner’s behalf.

Identification of the copyrighted work that you claim has been infringed.

Identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity.

Information reasonably sufficient to permit us to contact you, such as your name, address, telephone number, and email address.

We will investigate any such claims and respond via our legal counsel.

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