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OmniTI Computer Consulting, Inc. (“OmniTI”) respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask that you do the same. Users who believe that their intellectual property rights have been infringed through on-line services provided by OmniTI may contact OmniTI directly or through their authorized agents, and request that the infringing material be removed or access to it blocked. OmniTi will investigate complaints of copyright infringement and may, in appropriate circumstances and in its sole discretion, remove or disable access to any material claimed to be infringing or the subject of infringing activity. In addition, OmniTI reserves the right to terminate the accounts of, or access to specific services offered by OmniTI to, users who infringe the intellectual property rights of others.
If you believe your intellectual property rights are being infringed, please direct your claims to OmniTI’s designated “Agent for Notice” of claims of copyright infringement, who can be reached as follows:
Name: Jim Wright ~ Vice President of Finance
Address: 11830 West Market Place, Suite F
Fulton, MD 20759
If you believe that your copyright-protected work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement under U.S. copyright law, please provide OmniTI’s Agent for Notice (as designated above) the following information:
Please place the following label, “Notice of Infringement,” in the subject line of all such communications to OmniTI .
Once OmniTI has received sufficient information of copyright infringement, whether through receipt of notice of infringement or by gaining actual knowledge of infringement, it should “expeditiously” take down or block access to the infringing material. After OmniTI removes or blocks material stored on its system, it should then take additional action. First and foremost, OmniTI should take reasonable steps to notify promptly the user who posted the allegedly infringing material that OmniTI has removed or blocked its material. Second, if OmniTI receives a detailed and good faith response from such user indicating that the removal or block was unwarranted due to mistake or misidentification, OmniTI should promptly provide a copy of such “counter-notification” to the copyright owner who sent the original notice of infringement and inform the copyright owner that OmniTI will restore the material at issue in ten to fourteen business days after its receipt of the counter-notification. Finally, unless the copyright owner then notifies OmniTI that he or she has filed a court action seeking to restrain the alleged infringement, OmniTI should replace or unblock the material at issue within the ten to fourteen day time frame.
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