Digital Millennium Copyright Act Statement

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Pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title 17, United States Code Section 512(c), a Copyright Owner or an Agent authorized by a Copyright Owner (herein referred to as the Complainant) may submit a notice alleging copyright infringement to our Designated Copyright Agent if Complainant has a good-faith belief that its copyrighted works are being infringed upon by materials subject to our control. To ensure receipt, we strongly recommend that Complainant sends the notification via overnight mail, all postage or other related fees pre-paid, to our Designated DMCA Copyright Agent Address. For the purpose of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, are Designated DMCA Copyright Agent Address is as follows:

Nobis Technology Group, L.L.C.
Designated DMCA Copyright Agent: Clinton Chapman
ATTN: Notification of Copyright Infringement
6930 East Chauncey Lane
Suite 150
Phoenix, AZ 85054

As required per the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the following contact information is also provided for the purpose of contacting our Designated DMCA Copyright Agent.

Telephone: (312) 281-5101

E-mail:abuse@nobistech.net

A proper notification of infringement MUST have at least the following information:

Any request that do not contain at least the above information will be considered invalid and will be ignored. A properly formatted request is necessary for us to take any action as a result of copyright infringement. We will investigate the subject of a properly submitted notice. If appropriate, we will remove or disable access to the allegedly infringing material and notify the entity that is associated with the account or other service upon which the infringing material is hosted (herein referred to as the Respondent. A copy of the Complainant's notice will also be provided to the Respondent.

If the Respondent believes that the allegedly infringing material was disabled without just cause, the Respondent may then send to the Designated DMCA Copyright Agent a proper counter-notification. Such correspondence should be sent with a subject of ATTN: Notification of Counter-Notification of Copyright Infringement.

A proper counter-notification MUST have at least the following information:

Any request that do not contain at least the above information will be considered invalid and will be ignored. A properly formatted request is necessary for us to take any action as a result of a counter-claim of alleged copyright infringement.

Upon receipt of a properly formatted counter-notification, we will notify the Complainant of the counter-notice and within 10 to 14 days after the receipt of the counter-notification will restore or re-enable access to the allegedly infringing material, unless Complainant first notifies us that the Complainant has filed suit to restrain the Respondent from engaging in the alleged infringement. Such correspondence should be sent with the subject ATTN: Notification of Response to DMCA Counter Complaint and sent to the address referenced above. To ensure receipt, we strongly recommend that Complainant sends the notification via overnight mail, all postage or other related fees pre-paid.