Updated on May 07, 2018
Gamilab fully protects Your Intellectual Property, but you can also use the Service to share with others by applying the Creative Commons licensing, https://creativecommons.org. The Gamilab Intellectual Property Policy enables You, as the owner of the Intellectual Property, to protect or share this property as you prefer.
Gamilab is an application that is tightly coupled to edlib.com, an open, non profit platform that allows users to create, store, share and reuse open learning resources. If You decide to share Your Submitted Content with The Public, you can use edlib.com as a free service.
Edlib allows users to license the Content for sharing using Creative Commons. All Content that the Author intends for copy, remix, end redistribution to Instructors or Users will have to be licensed using Creative Commons.
Gamilab respects the intellectual property of others and takes the protection of copyrights and all other intellectual property very seriously, and we ask our instructors, students and other users of our website and services (the “Site”) to do the same. Infringing activity will not be tolerated on or through the Site. Gamilab ’s intellectual property policy is to (a) remove material that Gamilab believes in good faith, upon notice from an intellectual property owner or their agent, is infringing the intellectual property of a third party by being made available through the Site, and (b) remove any Submitted Content posted to the Site by “repeat infringers.” Gamilab considers a “repeat infringer” to be any User that has uploaded Submitted Content to the Site and for whom Gamilab has received more than two takedown notices compliant with the provisions of 17 U.S.C. 512(c) with respect to such Submitted Content. Gamilab has discretion, however, to terminate the account of any User after receipt of a single notification of claimed infringement or upon Gamilab’s own determination.
If you believe that any content made available on or through the Site has been used or exploited in a manner that infringes an intellectual property right you own or control, then please promptly send a “Notification of Claimed Infringement” containing the following information to the Designated Agent identified below. Your communication must include substantially the following:
You should consult with your own lawyer and/or see 17 U.S.C. 512 to confirm your obligations to provide a valid notice of claimed infringement.