Acalytica respects the intellectual property rights of others and we expect users of our websites and services to do the same.
Acalytica is designed to support learning, not replace it. Misuse of our platform by any user may have serious consequences, up to and including being banned from our sites or having an academic integrity investigation opened by the user’s institution. To learn more about our academic integrity policy, please visit https://acalytica.com/qa/clubhonorcode
In keeping with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we will respond promptly to valid written notification of claimed infringement regarding content posted on Acalytica sites. Please note that Acalytica may forward the written notification, including the complainant’s contact information, to the user who posted the content. It is also our policy to disable and/or terminate the accounts of users who repeatedly infringe the copyrights of others.
If you are a copyright owner or are otherwise authorized to act on behalf of one, you can report alleged copyright infringement on Acalytica sites by filling out our DMCA Notice of Claimed Infringement Form or sending the following information to Acalytica’s Copyright Agent via (i) email to copyrights.
If you believe that a notice of copyright infringement has been improperly submitted against you, you may submit a counter-notice to Acalytica’s Copyright Agent via the contact information provided above.
As with all legal matters, it is always best to consult with a professional about your specific questions or situation. We strongly encourage you to do so before taking any action that might impact your rights. These FAQs are not legal advice and shouldn’t be taken as such.
Your posting was removed because the owner of copyrights in that content requested that it be removed.
If you have concerns or questions about why your posting was reported, you may contact the copyright owner directly. Their contact information is in the email you received from us when your posting was removed. You may also contest the removal by submitting a counter-notice to Acalytica’s Copyright Agent as described above.
Generally, no. If you believe that your post was removed in error, try to contact the rights owner directly or submit at counter-notice as described above.
If you continue to post infringing material or repost content that have been reported to and taken down by Acalytica, Acalytica may suspend or terminate your ability to post content on all Acalytica sites and/or terminate your account with Acalytica.
Generally, you may not copy portions of copyrighted works and include them in your postings without permission from the rights owner. Postings that include excerpts from copyrighted works (such as, textbooks, eBooks, test banks, solutions manuals, or teacher’s editions books) may be blocked or removed by Acalytica.
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