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IIntellectual Property Rights (IP) of the United States of America

In all areas of the game industry and most industries in general, the strong intellectual property (IP) laws incentivize the development all manners of content, as well as pushing the technologies of today into the high end of state-of-the-art devices and platforms of tomorrow. These laws also apply to individuals and their content which more or less makes clear that unless given in written documentation or otherwise some form of clear and unaltered contract, individual intellectual property (IP) laws also apply.

As such, you are also solely responsible for ensuring that any User Content you submit is in fact your own content complies with any applicable laws and third party rights, including but not limited to any intellectual property, privacy, and publicity rights and laws, and that all required notices have been provided to, and required consents and releases have been obtained from, and/or submitted from individuals who are the subject of, or owners of, any User Content. On that same note, Cyberathia, LLC always has the right, in its sole discretion, to review User Content in advance for quality and technical purposes, and to accept or reject any given User Content in its sole discretion.

Cyberathia, LLC respects the intellectual property rights of others, and complies with the provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) applicable to Internet service providers (17 U.S.C. § 512, as amended). We respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement, and infringing materials posted by Users can be identified and removed pursuant to our investigation. If you have not yet done so click these links, and read as well as save the documentation for your own references.


Should you believe something submitted here does in fact infringe on these protected rights, use the Contact Us link and keep things specific as to what you believe is a violation of these laws and of course our corresponding policies, terms, conditions and EULA. Do note that the violators are solely responsible for such trespasses and Cyberathia, LLC is held in no way liable for these violations and trespasses on the law and our own policies, terms, conditions and EULA.

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