- What is Impact Family Christian Counseling Network
Impact Family Christian Counseling Network is an online ministry and social network for Christian counselors. All blogs and content are uploaded by users who are responsible for the content of the materials they upload. Impact Family Inc. is active in responding to copyright violations via the DMCA report.
- How do I report copyright infringement on Impact Family Christian Counseling Network
If you believe someone is infringing your copyright, you can report it to us by filling out this form. You can also contact our designated agent. If you contact our designated agent, please be sure to include a complete copyright claim in your report. Before you submit a report of copyright infringement, you may want to send a message to the person who posted the content. You may be able to resolve the issue without contacting Impact Family Inc. Remember, only the copyright owner or their authorized representative may file a report of copyright infringement. If you believe something on Impact Family Christian Counseling Network infringes someone else’s copyright, you may want to let the rights owner know. Please note that we regularly provide the rights owner’s name, your email and the details of your report to the person who posted the content you are reporting. In the case that you are an authorized representative submitting a report, we provide the name of the organization or client that owns the right in question. You may wish to provide a valid generic business or professional email for this reason.
- What information do I need to include in a copyright report on Impact Family Christian Counseling Network?
The fastest and easiest way to submit a claim of copyright infringement to us is to use our online form. Whether you submit your report through our online form or another method, Impact Family Christian Counseling Network needs the following information to be able to process your report: Your complete contact information (full name, mailing address and phone number).* A description of the copyrighted work that you claim has been infringed. A description of the content on our site that you claim infringes your copyright. Information reasonably sufficient to permit us to locate the material on our site. The easiest way to do this is by providing web addresses (URLs) leading directly to the allegedly infringing content. A declaration that: You have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted content described above, in the manner you have complained of, is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law. The information in your notice is accurate. Under penalty of perjury, you are the owner or authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive copyright that is allegedly infringed. Your electronic signature or physical signature. *Please note that we regularly provide your name, contact information and the contents of your report to the person who posted the content you are reporting. If you are an authorized representative submitting a report, we provide the name of the organization or client that owns the right in question. You may wish to provide a professional or business email address for this reason.
- How do I contact Impact Family Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) designated agent?
The fastest and easiest way to send a DMCA report of copyright infringement to our designated agent is to fill out our online form.
If you wish to reach our designated agent through other (and slower) methods, you can contact:
Attn: Impact Family Designated Agent
8362 Pines Blvd. #116
Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
- I submitted a copyright report to Facebook. What happens now?
If you submitted a copyright report to us through our form or via email, you'll receive an automated email that contains information about your report, including a unique report number. You should save this number in case you need to contact us about your report.
Sometimes, we might have a question about your report. In this case, we might respond to your report and ask for more information. If you receive an email from our team asking for more information about your report, you can and should respond directly to that email. Your response will be received by our team so they can continue to look into your report.
When we remove the content in response to a report of copyright infringement, we notify the person you reported to inform them the content was removed. We also provide them with your contact information, including your email address and the name of your organization or client, and/or the contents of your report.
If the person who posted the content believes that the content shouldn’t have been removed, they may reach out to you directly to try to resolve the issue. If the content was removed under the notice and counter-notice procedures of the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), they may also be able to submit a counter-notification under the DMCA.
- What tools does Impact Family provide to help me protect my intellectual property in my videos?
In addition to our other measures, including our online reporting forms and our repeat infringer policy, we use systems that flag content posted to Impact Family Christian Counseling Network that may contain copyrighted content owned by someone else.
We use Audible Magic to help prevent unauthorized videos from being posted to Impact Family Christian Counseling Network. Audible Magic allows content owners to fingerprint their media files for copyright management. Videos uploaded to Impact Family Christian Counseling Network are then run through Audible Magic at the time of upload. If a match is detected, the upload is stopped and the user is notified. To learn more about Audible Magic, you can visit their website at www.audiblemagic.com.
- How does Impact Family process United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) counter-notifications?
Impact Family Christian Counseling Network complies with the notice-and-takedown procedures set out in the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which applies to content reported and removed for violating U.S. copyrights.
If your content is removed under the DMCA, you'll receive information about how to file a counter-notification in the message we send you. You should only submit a counter-notification if the content was removed because of a mistake or misidentification.
When we receive an effective DMCA counter-notification, we forward it to the party that reported the content. The information they receive includes your contact information, which they can use to contact you.
If we provide your counter-notification to the party that reported the content, and they don't notify us that they have filed a court action seeking an order to keep the content down, we will restore or cease disabling eligible content under the DMCA. This process can take up to 14 business days. Please note, in rare instances, we may not be able to restore content due to technical limitations. If this happens, we’ll send you an update letting you know you may repost the content at your discretion.
Content that is restored based on an effective DMCA counter-notification will not be counted against you under our repeat infringer policy.