Intellectual Property Rights
AddMusic provides a convenient platform for the artists to legally authorize the use of their music to the users. The ownership of copyrights of all the music pieces on AddMusic is guaranteed by the artists with no infringement of others’ rights. However, AddMusic is not a judicial authority. It can not directly control the musical products uploaded by the artists by stipulating any laws or policies regarding the protection of intellectual property rights (IPR).
According to the laws and regulations related to IPR, only PR owners can report the violations. Here we list two possible IPR infringement conditions below:
Copyrights Infringement by Uploading Unauthorized Music
1. In case any music pieces on AddMusic that infringement of IPR is noted, the IPR owner can collect related evidences and report it to: email@example.com .
2. After receiving the report, AddMusic will send a notification to the seller for verification and take the product down from the shelves temporarily. Confirmation about the reliability of the report will also be done within 10 work days.
3. In case the IPR infringement is confirmed, AddMusic will take down the product from the shelves, and suspend the seller’s rights in AddMusic or ask for reimbursement, depending on severity of the case.
Violation Against the Regulation Terms
1. In case of any violation against the authorization terms, the IPR owner may collect related evidences and report it to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
2. AddMusic preserves the rights to ask the music user to provide legally authorized certificate and identify the authenticity of the certificate. The result will be reported back to the IPR owner.
3. In case the IPR infringement be confirmed, the IPR owner can file a suit according to the related regulations and terms of AddMusic. AddMusic may provide proof for the corresponding transaction and certificate for the use of the music to the IPR owner.
AddMusic may provide proof for the corresponding transaction and certificate for the use of the music to the IPR owner.