This page is to enable copyright owners to alert UsenetBinaries.com as
to the existance of their copyrighted material on our internet service.
UsenetBinaries.com is an internet service provider - we do not author
or purchase our content, but instead provide a gateway into the Usenet
news service, which is a global internet discussion forum. As such,
we are required by the Digital Millenium Copyright Act to remove copyrighted
material upon request of the copyright owner when explicitly submitted
under the terms of that document.
Before proceeding, copyright owners should familiarize themselves
with the explicit terms of compliance specified in the Digital Millenium
Copyright Act by reading that document. The instructions posted here
are not just our policy, but are the requirements we are bound to
by the DMCA.
Please do not ask us to make exceptions or circumvent this policy
in any way, we are legally bound to it.
Copyright owners should also understand that the content on our site
exists on thousands of Usenet newservers throughout the world simultaneously,
and that by notifying us of their content, we can only delete the
instance on our service. Also, copyright owners are responsible for
notifying us if the same content appears on the network again via
another source. Finally, we expire every instance of content after
a period of time anyways, so you might want to consider identifing
the distribution source of your material, rather than the endpoints
Here's how it works:
must be the copyright owner of this material, or a legal proxy
of the copyright owner. Otherwise, your requests will be rejected.
and paste the exact URLs from our website where your content
is located into an email. This is required by the DMCA, and
our automated system will reject emails that do not have URLs
to our content pages. Do not send URLs to thumbnail pages, as
there are multiple images on these pages and we will not know
which are yours.
- If your DMCA notice refers to content you discovered via our NNTP service (i.e. via a newsreader), rather than a web image on our web galleries,
then you need to provide the following information instead of a URL:
- Date of posting
- Information sufficient to identify the specific content which is the subject of the complaint
a formal statement in your email that you are indeed the copyright
owner or legal proxy for the copyright owner.
a formal statement in your email that you are certain that the
material is not, in fact, authorized by the copyright owner
sign the email as specified in the DMCA. Our system will validate
the digital signature, and invalid digital signatures will be
rejected automatically. It is the copyright owner's responsibility
to understand the implementation of a digitally signed email.
not include other correspondance in the email, it is processed
by an automated program.
a formal statement that the you understand the legal implications
of providing false information in this request, and that all
information is accurate.
the email to the address below. Copyright requests to
other email addresses will not be processed.