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Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy
InterArtCenter Canada respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask our users to do the same. When you use InterArtCenter products or services you may access material that is available through other web sites and such material may be protected by copyright and intellectual property laws of Canada and/or other countries.
It is InterArtCenter Canada’s policy, in appropriate circumstances and at its discretion, to disable and/or terminate the accounts of users who may infringe or repeatedly infringe the copyright or other intellectual property rights of InterArtCenter Canada and/or others. The policy applies at the moment to the following domain URLs:
What is Copyright Infringement?
Copyright infringement occurs when you do certain modifications with a creative work which someone else produced without first getting the proper permission.
Some examples of copyright infringement might include:
How Can I Avoid Infringing on Someone's Copyright?
The best way to avoid infringing on the rights of another creative person is to use your skill, talent and imagination to create your own completely original work. Ensure that all parts of your work, both visual and/or audio, are your own original creations. If you have used materials that are owned by other people or companies make certain that you have obtained proper permission or licensing for the use before you place your work online.
What Happens When You Submit Infringing Works?
When we become aware that your submission infringes upon the copyrights of another artist, creative person or company, we will immediately delete it. This is a legal requirement that we fulfill immediately; you will not receive an advanced warning and you will not be given an opportunity to 'fix it'. Any copyright owner following the procedures in this Copyright Policy can require InterArtCenter to remove his or her copyrighted content.
If you believe that a submission on InterArtCenter infringes upon your copyright you may either report the submission using our internal reporting system or send us a copyright notice via email. A member of staff will review your notice and resolve the situation. If you believe that one of your submissions was removed in error you may contact our helpdesk or otherwise file a counter notice. A member of staff will be made available to you so that the situation can be properly resolved.
If you are found to repeatedly post infringing content your account will be suspended and serious offenders will have their account banned and deactivated. If you are found deliberately misrepresenting the copyrighted work of another as your own your account will be immediately banned and deactivated.
Notice for Claims of Intellectual Property Violations
If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, or that your intellectual property rights have been otherwise violated, please provide InterArtCenter Canada with the following information:
Your signed Notice should be emailed to:
If you are seeking permission to use any InterArtCenter trademarks, logos, service marks, trade dress, slogans, screen shots, copyrighted designs, or other brand features, please follow the InterArtCenter instructions.
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