Copyright Policy 

Last updated April 07, 2015

We respect the intellectual property rights of others and we prohibit users from uploading, posting or otherwise transmitting on the Glam Magazine website or service any materials that violate another party’s intellectual property rights.

When we receive proper notification of the alleged Copyright infringement as described below, we promptly remove or disable access to the allegedly infringing material in accordance with the Digital Copyright Act.


Online infringement of copyright and obligation to notify subscribers of reported infringements :

After section 124 of the Communications Act 2003 insert—

“Online infringement of copyright: obligations of internet service  and  providers

124 A Obligation to notify subscribers of copyright infringement reports

(1) This section applies if it appears to a copyright owner that:
(a) a subscriber to an internet access service has infringed the owner’s copyright by means of the service; or
(b) a subscriber to an internet access service has allowed another person to use the service, and that other person has infringed the owner’s copyright by means of the service.

(2) The owner may make a copyright infringement report to the internet service provider who provided the internet access service if a code in force under section 124C or 124D (an “initial obligations code”) allows the owner to do so.

(3) A “copyright infringement report” is a report that—
(a) states that there appears to have been an infringement of the owner’s copyright;
(b) includes a description of the apparent infringement;
(c) includes evidence of the apparent infringement that shows the subscriber’s IP address and the time at which the evidence was gathered;
(d) is sent to the internet service provider within the period of 1 month beginning with the day on which the evidence was gathered; and
(e) complies with any other requirement of the initial obligations code.

(4) An internet service provider who receives a copyright infringement report must notify the subscriber of the report if the initial obligations code requires the provider to do so.

(5) A notification under subsection (4) must be sent to the subscriber within the period of 1 month beginning with the day on which the provider receives the report.

(6) A notification under subsection (4) must include—
(a) a statement that the notification is sent under this section in response to a copyright infringement report;
(b) the name of the copyright owner who made the report;
(c) a description of the apparent infringement;
(d) evidence of the apparent infringement that shows the subscriber’s IP address and the time at which the evidence was gathered;
(e) information about subscriber appeals and the grounds on which they may be made;
(f) information about copyright and its purpose;
(g) advice, or information enabling the subscriber to obtain advice, about how to obtain lawful access to copyright works;
(h) advice, or information enabling the subscriber to obtain advice, about steps that a subscriber can take to protect an internet access service from unauthorised use; and
(i) anything else that the initial obligations code requires the notification to include.

(7) For the purposes of subsection (6)(h) the internet service provider must take into account the suitability of different protection for subscribers in different circumstances.

(8) The things that may be required under subsection (6)(i), whether in general or in a particular case, include in particular—
(a) a statement that information about the apparent infringement may be kept by the internet service provider;
(b) a statement that the copyright owner may require the provider to disclose which copyright infringement reports made by the owner to the provider relate to the subscriber;
(c) a statement that, following such a disclosure, the copyright owner may apply to a court to learn the subscriber’s identity and may bring proceedings against the subscriber for copyright infringement; and
(d) where the requirement for the provider to send the notification arises partly because of a report that has already been the subject of a notification under subsection (4), a statement that the number of copyright infringement reports relating to the subscriber may be taken into account for the purposes of any technical measures.

(9) In this section “notify”, in relation to a subscriber, means send a notification to the electronic or postal address held by the internet service provider for the subscriber (and sections 394 to 396 do not apply).”

 Obligation to provide infringement lists to copyright owners

After section 124A of the Communications Act 2003 insert—
“124 B Obligation to provide copyright infringement lists to copyright owners

(1) An internet service provider must provide a copyright owner with a copyright infringement list for a period if—
(a) the owner requests the list for that period; and
(b) an initial obligations code requires the internet service provider to provide it.

(2) A “copyright infringement list” is a list that—
(a) sets out, in relation to each relevant subscriber, which of the copyright infringement reports made by the owner to the provider relate to the subscriber, but
(b) does not enable any subscriber to be identified.

(3) A subscriber is a “relevant subscriber” in relation to a copyright owner and an internet service provider if copyright infringement reports made by the owner to the provider in relation to the subscriber have reached the threshold set in the initial obligations code.”

Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement

If you believe that your own copyrighted work is accessible on the Glam website or service in violation of your copyright, you may provide a written communication that contains substantially the following information:

Identify in sufficient detail the copyrighted work or intellectual property that you claim has been infringed so that we can locate the material.
Identify the URL or other specific location on our website or service that contains the material that you claim infringes your copyright described in Item 1 above. You must provide us with reasonably sufficient information to locate the alleged infringing material.
Provide the electronic or physical signature of the owner of the copyright or a person authorized to act on the owner’s behalf.
Include a statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
Include a statement by you that the information contained in your Notice is accurate and that you attest under the penalty of perjury that you are the copyright owner or that you are authorized to act on the copyright owner’s behalf.
Include your name, mailing address, telephone number and email address.
You may submit your Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement by sending it to our UK office :

Glam Magazine Ltd.

12 Mead Walk

Langley

Berkshire

SL3 8HU

Phone: +44 01753375246

E-Mail: complaints@glammagazine.it

Upon receiving a proper Notification of Alleged Copyright Infringement as described in this Section A, we will remove or disable access to the allegedly infringing material promptly .

For more copyright information, please visit our Copyright FAQ page.

We respect the intellectual property rights of others and we prohibit users from uploading, posting or otherwise transmitting on the GLAM website or service any materials that violate another party’s intellectual property rights. When we receive proper notification of alleged copyright infringement, we promptly remove or disable access to the allegedly infringing material and terminate the accounts of repeat infringers in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. for details on how to notify us if you believe that your content was mistakenly or incorrectly reported as copyright infringing.