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ATTN: Copyright Agent
2801 North Thanksgiving Way
Lehi, UT 84043
A notice is only effective if it includes:
After receiving a notice of infringement, DigiCert will review the complaint and take appropriate measures, including removing or disabling access to material that is alleged as infringing. When possible, DigiCert will forward a copy of the notification to the party that is allegedly infringing the copyrighted material (“Alleged Infringer”). DigiCert will also notify the Alleged Infringer of any action taken as a result of the notice.The Alleged Infringer may provide a written counter notice to DigiCert’s copyright agent. An effective counter notice must include:
DigiCert will provide the complaining party a copy of the counter notice and will give the complaining party ten days notice before replacing or re-enabling access to removed material. DigiCert will replace any removed material or cease disabling access to the material between ten and fourteen business days after the counter notice is forwarded to the complaining party, provided that DigiCert has not received notice that that the complaining party has initiated a formal legal proceeding to restrain the Alleged Infringer from engaging in infringing activity that is related to the material under DigiCert’s control.