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We are committed to protecting everyone’s intellectual property and have a comprehensive policy to that end. This Intellectual Property Policy explains how we address allegations of infringement, how authorized parties can submit reports of infringement regarding content on our website and mobile applications, and how responsible parties can respond when their listings are affected by a report. We will remove material cited for alleged intellectual property infringement when provided with a report that complies with our policies. The intellectual property hereof means copyright, trademark, patent and other intellectual properties prescribed by laws.

1. Report Infringement

(1) To submit a notice of IP infringement, you must be the rights owner who owns the IP being reported or an agent with permission from the rights owner to submit notices on his or her behalf.(2) We will investigate the listings or contents upon receiving your report. Please note that any report made to us must be made in good faith and sworn under penalty of perjury.(3) It is a requirement that the notice submitter be logged into our online intellectual property infringement report portal (“IP Portal”). You should include the following information in your report:

(4) We may request additional information before processing a report, such as verification or other documentation regarding the claimed right and ownership.

2. Report Copyright Infringement Using Copyright Infringement Notice under DMCA

(1) If you are an owner of copyright or authorized to act on behalf of the owner of a copyright that is allegedly infringed, you may submit a notice of infringement through IP Portal, which must include the following:

(2) If you misrepresent that material is infringing, you may be liable for damages. Therefore, if you are not sure whether the material is infringing, please seek legal advice before submitting a notice to us.(3) If your notice of infringement is accepted, we will remove the content you reported and take appropriate action against the responsible parties. We do not share details of actions which are not already public in nature.(4) Repeat infringer policy: we are committed to the protection of intellectual property rights and we terminate repeat infringers in appropriate circumstances.

3. Counter-Notice to Copyright Infringement Claim under DMCA

(1) If the content provider believes that the material that was removed (or to which access was disabled) is not infringing, or with proper authorization, the content provider, may send us a counter-notice containing the following information:

(2) If a counter-notice is received by us, we will take appropriate measures in compliance with DMCA.