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data.world copyright and intellectual property rights policy

Last updated: January 31, 2024

We expect all members of data.world to respect the intellectual property rights of others and take the protections of those rights seriously. Infringing activity on the Site (as defined in our Terms of Use) will not be tolerated. In line with this policy, you, as a member, must ensure that all your Submissions (as defined in our Terms of Use) do not violate copyright or other intellectual property rights of others. 

Our Copyright & Intellectual Property Rights Policy

It is our policy to:

Filing a Notice of Claimed Infringement

If you believe that your copyright or other intellectual property owned by you is being infringed by content hosted on the Site, please provide us with a complete written notice of claimed infringement that:

You may submit Notices of Claimed Infringement information via:

We may provide a copy of your notice of claimed infringement to third parties, including the members who have posted the allegedly infringing content. 

Filing a Counter-Notification to Restore Removed Content

If you believe that content you posted to the Site has been removed as a result of a Notice of Claimed Infringement by mistake or misidentification, please provide us with a written counter-notification containing the following information:

You may submit a Counter Notification information via:

Please be advised that we will forward a copy of any counter-notification to the individual who originally sent the notice of claimed infringement. Unless that individual notifies us that an action has been filed seeking a court order to enjoin you from posting the allegedly infringing material, we will replace the removed material in 10-14 business days after receiving your counter-notification.

Our Policy Concerning Repeat Infringers

We have a policy of terminating the online accounts of and access by members who post content that repeatedly infringes the intellectual property rights of others. A "repeat infringer" is any member who posts content on the Site that results in two separate Notices of Claimed Infringement. We have a process in place to log notices of intellectual property infringement. In the event a member is deemed to be a repeat infringer, we reserve the right to terminate the account of or access by any member who is the subject of repeated DMCA or other infringement notifications.

Additional

Please ensure that you satisfy all of the requirements described above in filing your notice of claimed infringement or counter-notification. If we request additional information from you to complete your notice of claimed infringement or counter-notification, please provide the requested information promptly. Incomplete notices of claimed infringement and counter-notifications will not be processed.

You should not consider this guide as legal advice. If you are submitting a notice of claimed infringement or counter-notification or have any questions about the legal requirements of the DMCA, please contact your attorney. We reserve the right to seek damages from any party that submits a notification of claimed infringement or counter notification in violation of the law.

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