Copyright Statement

copyrightCopyright infringement is a violation of federal law and subject to severe civil penalties and sanctions. It can also be a violation of federal criminal law.

Under federal copyright law, copyrighted works may not be copied, published, disseminated, displayed, performed or played without the permission of the copyright holder, unless such use is deemed to be “fair use” under the law. Thus, every user of the Center for a Positive Humanity LLC network must maintain a basic understanding of copyright law and must comply with applicable Center for a Positive Humanity LLC policies.

It is the policy of Center for a Positive Humanity LLC to promptly process and investigate notices of alleged copyright infringement, and to take appropriate action under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title 17, United States Code, Section 512 (“DMCA”).

The Center for a Positive Humanity LLC may suspend the network access of users while investigating a copyright complaint and may terminate the network access of users found to have repeatedly infringed our copyright.

Pursuant to the DMCA, The Center for a Positive Humanity LLC has designated an agent to receive notification of alleged copyright infringement occurring on our web pages. The Center for a Positive Humanity LLC designated agent is:

Ronald K M Williams-Garcia,
Managing Partner

Center for a Positive Humanity LLC
Dover, DE 19901
Telephone: 302.703.1036

For more information on U.S. copyright law and the DMCA, consult the Web site of the U.S. Copyright Office. The U.S. Copyright office has a variety of circulars and forms, available
online or printed, which can provide answers and guidance to many copyright questions and
issues. The Copyright Office’s Circular 1 has simple, concise, explanations and descriptions of what you must do to keep from infringing copyrights of others, as well as protecting your own creative works. In addition, there are resources available through the library or through a simple Web search on copyright.