Breach of Copyright
If Rollick publishes Work(s) that you think infringes your copyright, please email us at info [at] rollickmag.com and we’ll address your concerns. If we determine we’ve made a mistake, the Work(s) will be immediately withdrawn from the publication.
However, if the Work(s) falls into one of the categories listed above (see the Contributor Submissions section), and we believe that our use is legitimate, we may not remove it from the site. If you’ve corresponded with Rollick and thereafter choose to pursue a letter of demand for breach of copyright, please note that we’ll respond only to notices of alleged infringement that comply with the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth).
To file a letter of demand for breach of copyright, you must provide a written communication (by email—to info [at ] rollickmag.com —with an attached and signed PDF) that sets forth the items specified below. If we do not respond in 10 business days, please write again.
To enable us to address your concerns, please provide the following information:
- outline your exclusive rights as the copyright owner (including the exact URL of the page containing the alleged infringement that you want removed);
- explain how the recipient has infringed these rights;
- outline how you would like to remedy the situation;
- advise that if an adequate response is not received in a specified amount of time the writer has the right to commence legal proceedings; and
- provide a document which can be used as evidence in any court proceedings to prove that you informed the recipient of your rights and gave them an opportunity to rectify the breach.
Please also provide us with contact information, including an email address, as well as a phone number.
Please note that you will be liable for damages (including costs and legal fees) if you materially misrepresent that any material on Rollick infringes your copyrights.