THIS NOTICE AND PROCEDURE IS EXCLUSIVELY FOR CLAIMING COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT REGARDING YOUR MATERIAL(S) THAT APPEAR ON THE MCAFEE SITES, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT (DMCA). Any other type of request (for example, to claim infringement of third-party materials not belonging to you, report email abuse, provide notice of legal action, etc.) will not receive a response through this process.
Procedure: McAfee, Inc. (“McAfee”) does not condone posting of copyrighted material belonging to third parties on the McAfee websites (“McAfee Sites”), and will respond to alleged violations in accordance with procedures allowed by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) outlined below:
Designated Agent: The Disputing Party and User should send the required information to McAfee's designated agent at the address below:McAfee Copyright Agent
Notification: The Disputing Party’s Take Down Notice must include the following required information:
Counter Notification: The User’s counter notification must be a written communication provided to the McAfee Designated Agent and must include the following:
Upon receipt of a complete Counter Notification, McAfee will provide the Disputing Party with a copy of the Counter Notification and notice that the disputed material will be replaced, or access restored, in ten to fourteen (10–14) business days; unless McAfee’s Designated Agent receives adequate notice that a restraining order has been filed by the Disputing Party to prevent restoration of the disputed material onto the McAfee Sites.
Account Termination: McAfee may, in appropriate circumstances and at its discretion, terminate a User’s ability to submit content to any and all McAfee Sites if he or she is a repeat infringer. If the Disputing Party believes a User is a repeat infringer of their copyrighted material, he or she should follow the instructions above with sufficient detail for McAfee to verify that the User is a repeat infringer.