Can I upload photos, which is made not by me, from the Internet on OEMCats.com?
What is copyright?
When someone creates a photo, video, picture, painting, drawing, schema or any other work which is fixed in a tangible medium, this person automatically owns copyright to this work. Ideas are not a subject of copyright. Any picture or video in the Internet has copyright owner.
Can I upload a copyright-protected pictures without infringing?
Right answer for this question would be “if necessary conditions satisfied”. Best strategy to protect yourself from copyright infringing is get a permission from the owner for use his (her) content before uploading it. Just write to the owner and ask the permission. Many people will give you the permission for use their content if you ask them. Otherwise if you didn't get the permission, the owner would be very angry on you.
What would happen if I uploaded copyright-protected photo in spite of everything?
OEMCats.com works under the jurisdiction of USA copyright law and OEMCats.com is not responsible for any content uploaded by visitors according to DMCA. When someone believes that some content on OEMCats.com has violated their copyright, they can send DMCA “take down” notice to our agent. When our agent receives a valid DMCA “take down” notice, we will:
- Remove the content from our website.
- Notify user who uploaded this content and send them a copy of DMCA “take down” notice.