Copyright Notice for Gadget Insiders adheres to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy (DMCA) and its relevant notice and takedown procedures.

We prioritize addressing any notices of alleged copyright infringement promptly. To be compliant with the DMCA, users of must respect all copyright laws. If we are notified about copyright infringement, our actions will include removing or disabling access to the said material and potentially terminating the contributors involved. This will be the case even if we are not liable under U.S. law or international laws.

Infringement Notification

If content is removed or access to it is disabled, we will try our best to get in touch with the content creator to allow them to make a counter-notification under the DMCA. We might also document the infringement notices on which we act.

To file a notice of infringement with, a written communication specifying the details mentioned below is required. Please note that legal actions can be taken against you if the content is wrongfully claimed as infringing.

  1. Your contact information, including name, address, telephone number, and email.
  2. Statement clarifying your ownership or authorization to act on the copyright holder’s behalf.
  3. Detailed identification of the copyrighted content and the infringing material’s location.
  4. Two statements of good faith belief and accuracy.
  5. Sign the document.

Send the written communication to:

Attn: Gadget Insiders
Address: 1887 WHITNEY MESA DR #8331 HENDERSON, NV 89014
Telephone: +16466264171
Email: [email protected]

Counter Notification

If you believe the content was removed mistakenly, you can file a counter-notification. You should be aware that you might be held liable for damages if you wrongly claim that content does not infringe another’s copyright.

  1. Identify the removed material and where it was before removal.
  2. Provide your contact information.
  3. Consent to the jurisdiction of Federal District Court.
  4. Two statements regarding service of process and good faith belief.
  5. Sign the document.

Send the counter-notification in written form.

For more details, or to proceed with a notice or counter-notification, use the contact information provided above.