DMCA Notice of Copyright Infringement

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (also known as the "DMCA") is a copyright law in the United States that exempts online service providers from liability for copyright infringement as long as they remove the offending content as soon as they receive notification of an alleged infringement from the copyright owner or his designated Agent.

If the owner of the copyright feels that their work has been duplicated without authorization, you need to give Full Stack Technology FZCO the following details. You need to provide the following details in your DMCA takedown notice:

The designated Agent or the copyright owner must:

  • Give a written or digital signature.
  • Give a description of the allegedly infringed copyrighted work.
  • Find the location of the copyrighted material that is being violated on the website.
  • Give your name, address, phone number, email address, and other contact details.
  • Declare that they believe in good faith that the infringement is not permitted by the law, the Copyright Owner, or his designated Agent.
  • Under penalty of perjury, make a declaration attesting to the accuracy of the information in the notice and attesting to the fact that you are the copyright owner or that you are an authorised agent acting on the owner's behalf.
  • If the copyright owner or its designated agent makes false statements about a copyright infringement, they may be held accountable for any losses sustained as a result of deleting or blocking the allegedly infringed work.

    If you think that any content hosted by is infringing upon your rights under US Copyright Law, you can send a complaint by letter or email to and its designated Agent. The complaint process is as follows:

    via the email: