Our Community Guidelines are here to help you understand what it takes to be a responsible member of this community and what our expectations are for utilizing the Platform. As a User of the Platform, you hereby agree to comply with these Community Guidelines, and you understand that violating these Community Guidelines may result in your account or content being disabled or deleted (at Feeturre’s sole discretion).
- Respect Intellectually Property Rights. Feeturre respects intellectual property rights and so should our Users. All of the content you upload, populate, post, distribute, sell, make available, make public or otherwise transmit on or through the Platform (including, without limitation, all audio, video, images, songs, materials, information and any and all related metadata or other identifiable or proprietary information (collectively, “Your Content”), must be your original work or you must have all necessary rights in or licenses to the work, which allow you to share, distribute or monetize it in accordance with these Terms.
- Keep it Classy. While we respect the creativity and freedom of speech of each of our Artists, Users may not post anything that is deemed defamatory, libelous, pornographic, invasive of another’s privacy or that promotes violence, or which contains hate speech (e.g., speech that demeans or attacks a person or group based on race, ethnic origin, gender, age, religion, disability, veteran status, and or sexual orientation/gender identity).
- Honesty is our Policy. You must be truthful in how you represent yourself on the Platform and in how you promote or describe Your Content. Users may not impersonate any other person or entity and may not submit any content (including the information included in User’s profile) they know to be false, fraudulent, deceptive, inaccurate, or misleading, or that misrepresents your identity or affiliation, partnership or collaboration with any person, entity, or User.
- Be a Good Communicator. Communication with other User’s should be conducted in a respectful and professional manner. Make a good name for yourself and your artistry by avoiding language which could be construed as aggressive or inappropriate. Keep in mind that your interactions with other Users will affect your rating and status on the Platform.
- Personally Identifiable Information. Your content should not contain or reveal another person’s personally identifiable information (i.e. their phone number, address, e-mail, social security number, credit card number, medical information, financial information or any other information that could be used to track, contact, or impersonate that individual).
- Transactions on the Platform. User’s may not attempt to use or access the Platform or any of the search fields, communication portals, resources or services provided on the Platform to set up a Transaction outside of the Platform. Users understand and agree that any transaction resulting from introductions made on or facilitated through the Platform, shall be deemed a Transaction on the Platform. As such, Buyers may not offer, and Sellers may not request direct payments or utilize any payment systems, methods, or gateways outside of the Platform.
- Keep it Legal. Users will comply with all applicable laws in your use of the Platform and will not use the Platform for any unlawful purpose.
- Alterations and Modifications. Users cannot take any action which circumvents, removes, alters, deactivates, or obscures any intellectual or proprietary right notifications or related protective or technical site-features, nor shall they obscure, block, or interfere with any advertisements or notices on the Platform.
- Access Denied. You will not access or use the Platform to advertise for or collect any market data or other research for a competing business. Further you may not use the Platform to develop a competing platform, product, or service.
- Do not run interference. You will not interfere, interrupt, or attempt to interrupt the proper function or operation of the Platform by any means. Also, you may not access or attempt to gain access to the Platform by any means (including without limitation, hacking, data or password mining or phishing mechanisms) the content or code incorporated therein, nor any other User’s content, data, files, or passwords related to the Platform. Unless, specifically authorized by Feeturre, you will not use any spider, robot, scraper, or other automated means to access, search or otherwise analyze the Platform for any reason. Further, you may not deconstruct, reverse engineer or decompile any code, software or other processes incorporated in or accessible through the Platform, except as expressly allowed by law. You will not take any action that may impose (in Feeturre’s sole discretion) a disproportionately large or unreasonable load on the Platform’s technical infrastructure.
- Is Someone Violating these Terms? If you discover that any content on the Platform violates these Terms, then you may report it to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. For notices of alleged infringement of intellectual property rights, please email us at: DMCA@feeturre.com.
INFRINGEMENT AND DMCA
Imitation is not the highest form of flattery when it comes to Your Content. Users are aware that infringement of intellectual property rights is a violation of these Terms and can result in your account or Your Content being disabled or deleted at Feeturre’s sole discretion. Users further understand and acknowledge that Feeturre has no obligation to monitor, track or otherwise investigate User generated content for potential cases of infringement. However, if you discover that any content on the Platform violates these Terms, then you may report it to us at: email@example.com. For notices of alleged infringement of intellectual property rights, please email us at: DMCA@feeturre.com. DMCA notices should follow the DMCA Notice procedure detailed below.
DMCA Notice & Counter-Notice
While we do not actively monitor content for incidents of infringement, Feeturre will respond to notices of alleged infringement that comply with the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”). For more information on the DMCA, click here. If you 1) own a copyright in a work (or are the authorized agent or representative of the copyright owner) and 2) believe that a User has infringed that copyrighted work on the Platform, you may notify Feeturre of the alleged infringement (“DMCA Notice”). Before submitting a DMCA Notice, you should note that the DMCA creates liability for knowingly making false claims in a DMCA Notice. Upon receipt of a valid DMCA Notice, Feeturre will automatically remove or disable the alleged infringing content in accordance with the DMCA. The User whose content has been removed or disabled may file a counter-notification as set forth below.
The DMCA Notice must include the following information to be valid:
- Subject line. The subject line should say “DMCA Notice”.
- A description of the copyrighted work. You are required to provide a detailed description of the copyrighted work that you allege has been infringed. If a single notice is used to claim infringement of multiple copyrighted works, you must provide a representative list of all the copyrighted works included in the claim.
- The location of the alleged infringing material. For each alleged infringement, you must provide a description of where the alleged infringing works appears on the Platform (e.g. a URL to the alleged infringing material). The description should include sufficient detail to allow Feeturre’s support staff to locate the alleged infringing material.
- Copyright owner’s contact information. Please provide your full name, mailing address, telephone number and email address.
- Attestation of Alleged Infringement. You must include a statement, under penalty of perjury, that: i) all the information is the DMCA Notice is accurate; ii) that you are either the copyright owner or the authorized agent of the copyright owner; and iii) that you have a good faith belief that the alleged infringing material is not authorized by you (the copyright owner), your agent (if applicable) or by law.
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered. The original or electronic signature of the copyright owner or someone authorized on the copyright owner’s behalf to assert infringement of the copyright and to submit claims related to the copyright.
If Your Content has been disabled or removed as the result of a DMCA Notice, and if you believe the disabling or removal of Your Content was a mistake or misidentification, you may submit a counter-notification (“Counter-Notification”) to Feeturre’s support team at DMCA@feeturre.com). Before submitting a Counter-Notification, you should note that the DMCA creates liability for knowingly making false claims in a Counter-Notification.
If Feeturre receives a Counter-Notification, it will replace the disputed content on the Platform in not less than ten (10), but not more than fourteen (14) busines days of receiving the valid Counter-Notification, unless we receive a notice of a lawsuit to restrain you from using the disputed content from the complaining party within the fourteen (14) business day period.
Counter-Notifications must include the following information to be valid:
- Subject Line. The subject line should say “Counter-Notification”.
- Description of material removed. You are required to provide a detailed description of the content that was disabled or removed in response to a DMCA Notification. Please make sure to include a link to (or the URL of) the User profile page on the Platform from which the content was removed.
- Your contact information. Please provide your full name, mailing address, telephone number and email address.
- Attestation of Mistake or Misidentification. You must include a statement, under penalty of perjury, that you have a good faith belief that the Your Content was disabled or removed by mistake or because of a misidentification of the alleged copyrighted material.
Statement of Consent to Jurisdiction. You must consent to the jurisdiction of a federal court in the district where you live (if you live in the United States), or your consent to the jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona), and that you will accept service of process from the person or entity who provided the DMCA Notice to us or an agent of such person or entity. The statement of consent to jurisdiction should include your original or electronic signature.
Last Updated : 8.11.2021