samedi 19 avril 2014
vendredi 11 avril 2014
mercredi 9 avril 2014
Dear Manuel Montero:
We have removed your video titled "Brahmanes (journal intime)," previously available at http://www.vimeo.com/88563868, in response to a takedown notice submitted by Catherine Gil Alcala pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA").
Why did this happen?
We removed your video because a third party claims that it infringes a copyright that it the third party owns or has the right to enforce. The Vimeo Terms of Service prohibit the uploading of content that infringes another person's intellectual property, including copyrights. Vimeo's policy is to remove potentially infringing content upon receipt of a valid DMCA notice.
Can I challenge this determination?
If you believe that the third party claim was mistaken, you may challenge it by following the counter-notice process described at http://vimeo.com/dmca#counter_
notification. If you do not submit a counter-notice, we will assume that you do not dispute the takedown notice.
Will anything happen to my Vimeo account status?
This takedown will counts as a copyright "strike" against your account. If you receive three copyright strikes, we will terminate your account for repeat copyright infringement. For more information on our repeat infringer policy, please see here our repeat infringer policy: http://vimeo.com/dmca#repeat_
We strongly suggest that you carefully review the remaining videos in your account to make sure there are no videos that infringe upon the rights of others. If you are in doubt as to whether a particular video infringes upon another’s rights, you should remove it. Finally, you should ensure that all future videos you upload do not infringe any other person’s rights.