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amreducation has developed the amreducation Intellectual Property Rights Owner program to protect the rights of the intellectual property owners, and consumers as well. Our program is designed to:
amreducation is not an expert in each individual intellectual property owner's rights, and owners are ultimately responsible for protecting their own intellectual property. If you believe that a particular posting violates your intellectual property rights, we need your help to identify the listing.
Only the intellectual property rights owner can report potentially infringing content to amreducation.If you are not the rights owner, you can help by reaching out to the rights owner and encouraging them to contact us.
To report a listing, you can fill out our Notice of Claimed Infringement form available through this page, print it out, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
amreducation does not tolerate the abuse of its website by those who knowingly infringe on the intellectual property rights of content owners. Our policy is simple: when we have a good faith, reasonable belief that infringing material has been placed on one of our sites either through a notice of claimed infringement from a rights owner or our own proactive efforts, we will:
Before a posting is removed, the rights owner must give us information that ensures that the person reporting the item is authorized to do so. It also allows us to correctly identify the material to be removed. If your posting is reported, you'll receive an email notifying you that a rights owner requested your posting be removed.
We require the rights owner to provide us with an email address so you can contact them directly for more information about why your posting infringes their intellectual property rights. You can find the rights owner's email address in the email you received when your posting was removed. If you have concerns or questions about why your posting was reported, please contact the content owner directly using the email address we provided.
Generally, no. If your listing was reported by a rights owner, and you believe that your post was removed in error, try to contact the rights owner directly. The email we sent you about the removal will include their contact information. If the rights owner agrees that they made a mistake, have them email amreducation and we'll allow you to relist your item.
A counter notice is a form provided by amreducation in compliance with the requirements of the federal Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Find out what information you need to provide when filing a counter notice. (http://www.citmedialaw.org/legal-guide/responding-dmca-takedown-notice-targeting-your-content)
Once we receive a valid counter notice, we'll provide a copy of the notice to the rights owner and inform them that the content will be reinstated after 10 business days if they don't inform us that they have filed an action seeking a court order to restrain you from relisting. If you want to file a counter notice, contact us at email@example.com.
If you continue to post infringing material or repost items that have been reported to and taken down by amreducation, amreducation may suspend your ability to post content on all amreducation sites.
Generally, you may not copy portions of copyrighted works and include them in your postings without permission from the rights owner. Postings that include excerpts from copyrighted works may be blocked, removed by amreducation or reported by the intellectual property owner.
amreducation does not permit postings that contain portions of or whole textbooks, ebooks, documents, solutions manuals, or teachers editions books, unless you are the author of such materials.
Many professors do not have copyrights in their lectures, as the lectures are often not fixed in a tangible medium nor sufficiently original to meet the standard for copyrightability. Many classes are an interactive exercise between students and professors, and the professor certainly doesn't have a copyright in student input, either in or out of class.
Even so, amreducation requires class notes to be truly original, independent works, not recordings of the professor's lectures. Your class notes should include information raised by students in or outside of class, and independent thought, analysis and commentary. Class notes must be substantially rewritten after class and include independent material; notes that use a lecturer's words or that are not carefully reviewed, rethought and rewritten after class are not useful to or appreciated by students, and may be removed by amreducation.
Still, if a professor reviews your notes and reports to amreducation that the notes do, in fact, violate their copyright, amreducation will remove the notes. If a professor informs you that they do not allow students to sell notes from their lectures, or if your school has a policy against the sale of class notes, you should honor those wishes and immediately stop posting class notes. Professors may use the CHIPRO program to report infringing materials.