PosterMyWall.com provides an automated internet-based service to users, which they use to design and purchase posters. We contractually prohibit our users from using the service that infringes upon third party intellectual property rights (such as copyright, trademark, trade dress and right of publicity). We encourage intellectual property rights owners to contact us if they believe that a user of our service has infringed their rights. If you let us know that your rights are being infringed by one of our users we will (in our discretion) require that the user's content is removed from products and, if the user continues to infringe your rights (or infringes the rights of others) terminate the user's access to our services.
If you believe that your intellectual property rights have been violated by a user of our service, please provide our Intellectual Property Rights Agent with a notification that contains the following information:
Our Intellectual Property Rights Agent is , who may reached by mail, email, telephone or fax as follows:
Intellectual Property Rights Agent
969-G Edgewater Blvd., #860
Foster City, CA 94404
Ph: (650) 250-6457
250 Mils LLC
For additional information on Copyrights, please visit the United States Copyright Office Library of Congress at http://www.copyright.gov. For additional information on Trademarks, please visit the United States Patent and Trademark Office at http://www.uspto.gov. For general questions about Intellectual Property Rights (copyrights/trademarks), please visit the Nolo Law Center at http://www.nolo.com. You can find the federal laws regarding Copyright (U.S.C. Title 17) and Trademark (U.S.C. Title 15) at http://www.access.gpo.gov/uscode/uscmain.html.
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