At Tencent, we respect intellectual property rights and the owners of such rights. The Tencent Cloud Terms of Service require members to ensure that:
This Policy sets out how we respond to alleged copyright infringement on Tencent Cloud. In addition, we may respond to alleged copyright infringement in accordance with the Tencent Cloud Terms of Service and applicable laws.
Please note that this Policy concerns alleged copyright infringement only. If you are concerned about alleged infringement of any other intellectual property rights or proprietary rights (e.g., trademarks), or any other alleged activities that breach the Tencent Cloud Terms of Service (e.g., inappropriate content), please refer to the Tencent Cloud Terms of Service (including the Tencent Cloud Acceptable Use Policy) or contact us at email@example.com
If you have any questions about this Policy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If we receive a valid notification of alleged copyright infringement (the “Notification”), we may take appropriate measures in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations, which may include removing or disabling access to the allegedly infringing material (the “Material”) and taking reasonable steps to contact the party that uploaded the Material to Tencent Cloud. That uploading party may then submit a counter-notification (the “Counter-Notification”). If we receive a valid counter-notification, we may reinstate access to the Material subject to applicable laws.
Email submissions (either in the body of an email or as a pdf attached to an email) of Notifications and Counter-notifications are acceptable.
Please note that we will provide a copy of any Counter-Notification to the party who submitted the original Notification. We may also provide copies of any Notifications or Counter-Notifications to any person where required by law or as otherwise reasonably required by us to protect our interests.
Please carefully consider any submission of a Notification or Counter-Notification, particularly if you are unsure whether you own (or are lawfully authorized to use) the relevant Material – we recommend contacting an attorney if this is the case. You may be subject to liability under law if you knowingly make misrepresentations in a Notification or Counter-Notification.
All Notifications should include as much of the following information as possible (any Notification under the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. § 512) must include at a minimum all items indicated with an asterisk (*)):
Please send any Notification to our Legal Officer via:
Any Counter-Notification should include as much of the following information as possible (any Counter-Notification under the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. § 512) must include at a minimum all items indicated with an asterisk (*)):
Please send any Counter-Notification to our Legal Officer via:
Tencent may promptly terminate the accounts of users that are determined by Tencent to be repeat infringers.