We are committed to provide the most relevant responses to search queries. In our efforts to ensure the best user experience possible we equally respect the rights and interests of creators of literary, artistic and scientific works and right holders, as well as freedom of users of our services and administrators of third party websites to produce, distribute and search information.
As the balance is still being sought in order to reconcile different underlying interests we, serving as online service provider in the global context, undertake to comply with the fast-changing and emerging legal regulation and practice in providing online search services.
To that effect, we respond to notices of alleged copyright infringement provided pursuant to Bill C60 of Canada Copyright Act and United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act, as well as other applicable laws and regulations. If you find that your copyright is being infringed within the course of operation of our services please submit a notice to us by filling-in the below form for copyright infringement complaints.
We will respond to your copyright infringement notice, provided that your notice is compliant with applicable laws and is sufficient for us to be able to locate the material complained of. It is also our policy to terminate the accounts of repeat infringers in appropriate circumstances.
Please note that this copyright infringement policy applies exclusively to the services provided on www.theenginuity.com domain and relevant sub-domains. If you have an issue with services provided under other domains please follow the instructions located therein.
We encourage you to make necessary inquiries and ensure that your notification is legitimate. Please note that illegitimate and unnecessary notices containing misrepresentations as regards the information specified in the notice may lead to your liability for damages. Therefore, prior to your filling-in and submitting the form below please ensure that you are the holder of relevant exclusive right or, alternatively, you are legally entitled to represent the holder of exclusive rights, and there is no grounds under which the use of the work you are complaining about might be permitted by the applicable law (in particular, you are required to consider fair use doctrines under the United States law, potential limitations of exclusive rights and other cases in which the copyrighted work could be lawfully used without the consent of the holder of the copyright).
We also ask you to note that all the claims you submit to Enginuity Search Media shall contain detailed description of the work exclusive rights to which are considered to be infringed, specific link (in the form of URL) to the authorized copy of the work in order to enable our team to determine the alleged violation as well as specific link (in the form of URL) to the allegedly infringing material you would like us to take down or disable access to. Please note that we might be unable to respond to your notice in the event you fail to provide the information required.
We further inform you that we keep records of all the notices sent to us and we reserve the right to disclose your notices to third parties (including the alleged infringer), as well as to the public in general.
Please note that, as a rule, we do not store any of the information, works, texts, photos, videos and other data made available via our search engine, which generates a search index based on information that is publicly available on the internet at the webpages of third parties. We neither control nor monitor the content of those webpages. If you are concerned about the content on particular pages in our search results, and you do not own the work that you would like to be taken down, we suggest that you directly address the webmaster of the pages in question.
The below form shall be used solely to report alleged copyright infringement. In the event you would like to submit a complaint with respect to other matter, please contact us.