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Report Infringement

Jemiz takes copyrights and intellectual property rights very seriously. Our platform was built to create a community for artists to showcase and sell their work. In doing so, we expect your uploads to conform to certain conditions: that they are your own work or you have permission from the rightful owner to use/reuse work, contain original ideas and do not infringe on intellectual, moral or publicity rights of any other individual or organization.

Reporting Infringement

We at Jemiz respect the intellectual property rights and expect the same of our users. However, as Jemiz is a platform where anyone can create an account and upload their work, it is impossible for us to actively monitor artwork uploaded onto our website.

If you notice any work that infringes upon your rights, please do bring it to our notice. This can be done by mailing us at

infringement@jemiz.com with subject line "Infringement Report".

In order to deal with such violations, we are required to authenticate the requests and hence, we advise you to provide the following information along with the reporting of infringement:

An electronic or physical signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the relevant matter;

A description of the matter claimed to have been infringed;

A description of where the claimed infringing content is located on the Jemiz.com site - working Jemiz URL

Your address, telephone number, and email address;

A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the owner, its agent, or the law.

The offending works will be taken down after an enquiry if the claim is deemed valid. Additionally, Jemiz may suspend or terminate user accounts based on the severity of the offence.

Takedown Notice

If you receive a mail from the Jemiz team regarding one or more of your artworks being taken down due to a report of infringement, you will have an option to respond to such a notice.

The infringement report that has been received may or may not have also included other works by other artists, and by removing the work, we are not stating that your work does or does not infringe copyright, trademark or publicity rights law.

We have a legal obligation to act on reports filed in accordance with our IP/Copyright Policy.

While the work may not have been a direct copy of someone else's work, it may contain elements, logos, or personal likenesses which may infringe on another's rights.

If you believe a report was in error or should not apply to your work, you have the right to lodge a counter-notification.

We do apologize that we are legally not able to provide individual copyright, trademark or publicity rights advice, or give personal opinions on these matters.

It is our recommendation that you do sufficient research regarding the relevant copyright, trademark and IP laws and their application to your work on the Internet or consult an Intellectual Property Rights specialist if you are unsure why your specific work may have been included in an infringement report.

Countering an Infringement Report

If you believe that removal of the content is the result of a mistake (for example, that you have authorisation to use/sell the work) or misidentification, you can send us a counter notice. Such counter notice must provide the following information:

A description of the content which we have removed, including the URL on which the content was located on the Jemiz site.

your address, mobile/phone number, and email address.

A statement by you that you consent to the jurisdiction of the Delhi District Court, Delhi, India .

An electronic or physical signature of the owner of the work or of the person authorised to act on behalf of the owner of the relevant matter.

A statement by you that, under penalty of perjury, you have in good faith a belief that the material was removed or disabled as a result of mistake or misidentification of the material to be removed or disabled.

You can send a counter notice to infringement@jemiz.com

If we receive your counter notice, we may inform you that we are not able to reinstate your work. We may also request further information from you in order to determine whether the work can be reinstated.

In many circumstances, however, we will forward your counter notice directly to the complainant, which will include your personal contact information. At that time the complainant may take legal court action against you in. If after 14 days the complainant has not taken legal action against you, you may contact us to request that we reinstate your work, we may reinstate your work at that time.