At, we hold a deep respect for intellectual property rights and remain dedicated to upholding the principles of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). This page serves as an informative resource on our protocol for addressing copyright infringement claims and offers guidance on how to report such violations. If you suspect that your copyrighted content has been utilized on our website without proper authorization, please review the following instructions attentively.

Reporting Copyright Infringement

If you are the copyright holder or an authorized representative and suspect that your copyrighted material is being employed on TechnologyWritee without your consent, you have the option to submit an official DMCA notice to us. To submit a DMCA notice, kindly furnish the subsequent details:

  1. A physical or electronic signature from the copyright owner or their authorized representative.
  2. Clear identification of the copyrighted work(s) alleged to have been infringed.
  3. A precise description of the material on TechnologyWritee that is claimed to be infringing, along with its location on the website (URL).
  4. Your contact information, comprising your name, address, email address, and telephone number.
  5. A statement affirming your sincere belief that the use of the copyrighted material is not sanctioned by the copyright owner, their representative, or by applicable law.
  6. A declaration, under the threat of perjury, vouching for the accuracy of the information provided in the notice and confirming your status as the copyright owner or the authority to act on behalf of the copyright owner.


If you believe that your content was mistakenly removed or disabled due to an identification error, you retain the right to submit a counter-notification. To file a counter-notification, please provide the subsequent details:

  1. Your physical or electronic signature.
  2. Clear identification of the material that was removed or disabled and the specific location where the material was accessible before its removal or disabling.
  3. A statement, made under penalty of perjury, confirming your sincere belief that the removal or disabling of the material was a result of a mistake or misidentification.
  4. Your name, address, email address, and telephone number.
  5. A statement expressing your consent to the jurisdiction of the federal court within your jurisdiction and your acceptance of service of process from the individual who issued the original DMCA notice or an agent acting on their behalf.

Important Notice

Please be aware that the submission of false or misleading information in your DMCA notice or counter-notification may lead to legal consequences. If you are uncertain whether the material constitutes copyright infringement, we recommend seeking legal counsel before proceeding.

Contact Us

For any inquiries or concerns regarding our DMCA procedures, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at . We are steadfast in our commitment to promptly and appropriately address copyright infringement claims.