COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT POLICY

Orvista is a tech company that reveres and appreciates hard work. Thus, we respect the intellectual properties of others. If you believe your works have been copied by others, in ways that constitute statutes stated in copyright infringement laws, you need to provide us with the information under the title “Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement.” It’s our policy to respond to any issues related to copyright infringement. Notices of alleged copyright infringement are handled speedily ensuring we reduce the number of notifications that are either hard to understand, verify or fraudulent in nature. If you generate content, and you are worried about blocked access to works that you deem to be originally yours, you will need to provide our copyright agents with a written statement referred to as "Counter-Notification."

Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement

If you would want to send us a DMCA (United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act) Notification Of Alleged Copyright Infringement, you can always email us through contact. For your Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement to be considered as an effective notice, your writing must include the following: 1. A signature of the owner of the works being infringed upon either in physical or electronic form, or a person authorized to act on behalf of the owner. 2. Identification of the infringed content 3. Identification of the infringing material or access to which the content may be disabled. 4. Information deemed to be reasonably sufficient to permit Orvista to find the material that’s subject to infringing activity or that’s claimed to infringing 5. Information considered to be reasonably sufficient to contact you either via you mobile phone number, physical or email address 6. A clear well-written statement that states that the content infringed upon wasn’t authorized by the copyright owner, the law or copyright agent. 7. A statement saying all content on the notification is accurate and that in a perjury penalty, you are authorized to act on behalf of the content owner of works that have allegedly been infringed.

A counter notification

If you choose to send us a Counter-Notification, you can always email us through contact. For your counter notification to be considered as an effective notice, your writing must include the following: 1. Approval in the form of a signature in either an electronic or physical format of the subscriber authorized or allowed to represent the subscriber. 2. Identification of the removal or access to content disabled and the location of the material prior to its access being disabled or removed 3. A well-written statement under perjury penalty that the subscribed has good faith that the content was disabled or removed due to misidentification or a mistake 4. The subscriber’s personal information such as name, telephone number, address and a statement that adheres to the jurisdiction of the State Of California. Also, that the subscriber will accept any processes from the party that submitted the Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement. It should be noted that we may enforce the policy of termination of accounts for repeat infringers.