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The Copyright Act of Singapore, Chapter 63 (the "Act") provides limited legal immunity from liabilities for Network Service Providers. By virtue of Section 193 of the Act, Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) is a Network Service Provider as we "provide, or operate facilities for, online services or network access".
As such, in the event of any copyright infringement, Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) will not be liable in damages to copyright owners if Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) has complied with certain conditions imposed by the Act and its subsidiary legislation.
If you think any copyright of your material has been infringed, you may send a valid take-down notice (in the form or substantially in accordance with the form prescribed by the Act) to Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) at the address stated at Clause 5 in accordance with the Act. Upon receipt of a valid take-down notice, Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) will take reasonable steps to remove or disable access to the material in accordance with the Act.
As soon as the material has been removed or access disabled, Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) will take reasonable steps to notify the person who has posted the material (the "Respondent"). The Respondent may, within the prescribed time and in accordance with the Act, send a valid counter-notice (in the form prescribed by the Act) to Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) at the address stated at Clause 5, to restore the material. Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) will then take reasonable steps to restore the material if it is technically and practically feasible to do so unless the copyright owner commences court proceedings to prevent the restoration of the material and Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) is informed of such proceedings.
All notifications are to be sent by emailed to Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) at [email protected].
A valid take-down notice to be sent to Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) shall be signed by the complainant and contain all of the following information:
A valid counter-notice to be sent to Singaporepayroll (1Singroll) shall be signed by the Respondent and must contain all of the following information:
Please note that under Section 193DD of the Act, if a party is found to have made a statement, which is false or does not believe it to be true, in his take-down notice or counter-notice, he shall be liable in damages to any party who suffers any loss/damage as a result of that notice and if convicted, he shall be liable to a fine not exceeding S$10,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years.
Should you have queries on the abovementioned, please email us at [email protected].
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