DMCA Copyright Infringement Notification

All trademarks, registered trademarks, product names, and company names or images that appear on the site belong to the people who own them. When APKBlip responds to reports of alleged infringement, it does so in a way that follows the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and any other laws that apply.

As a response, we may take down or block access to content on the APKBlip-controlled or -operated site that is believed to be infringing. In this case, and to show that we are being honest, we will also try to get in touch with the developer who uploaded the document or content in question so that they can make a counter-notification, which is also required by the DMCA.

You can talk to a lawyer before sending a DMCA Notice or counter-notice to learn more about your rights and responsibilities under the DMCA and other laws that apply. The following notice rules are meant to help APKBlip follow its rights and responsibilities under the DMCA, especially section 512(c). They are not legal advice.

Notice of Copyright Violation

If you want to report illegal content on APKBlip, please send us a message with the following information:

  • A signature from a developer or team of developers who are allowed to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is being allegedly violated. Third-party agencies need to give a copy of the “Physical Authorization Letter” so that the agency can handle all of its copyrights.
  • What copyrighted work is being claimed to have been violated? Or, if there are multiple copyrighted works on the same website that are affected by the same notice, a list of the most important ones on that website.
  • The fastest way for us to find the information is if you put the URL in the body of the email.
  • Information that is fairly sufficient to allow the service provider to get in touch with the person who is complaining, such as an address, phone number, and, if available, an email address.
  • A declaration that the complainant holds a sincere belief that the copyright owner, their agent, or the applicable law does not permit the utilization of the material in the manner being contested.
  • A sworn statement that the information in the notification is correct and that the complaining party is authorized to speak for the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly being violated (Note that Section 512(f) says that anyone who knowingly and materially misrepresents that inappropriate material or activity is infringing may be sued for damages).

Then send the infringement notice by filling out the Contact Form.