Intellectual Property Terms
- Updated on 03 Sep 2018
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This Clause consists of the Intellectual Property Statement and the Intellectual Property Infringement Complaints and Handling Procedures two parts. Please read and understand the relevant regulations carefully. If you have any concerns about the terms of this Agreement, please send emails to Coohom support team via firstname.lastname@example.org. By using or continuing to use our services, you acknowledge and accept the current contents of this Agreement and the contents that may be updated at any time.
Intellectual Property Statement
- Notice for Uploading Content
1.1 Users can upload models, floor plans, decoration plans, design specifications, tutorials and other contents to Coohom platform. Before uploading, you shall confirm that you own the ownership and intellectual property rights of such content, or have obtained the legal authorization.
1.2 At the same time, you shall also confirm that the contents you publish will not infringe on the trade secrets or other legal rights of others, and will not violate your confidentiality obligations to third parties.
- Licensing for Content Uploaded by User
By posting contents on our site, you consent to grant Coohom a worldwide non-exclusive license to use the contents and such a license shall be free, irrevocable, permanent, re-licensable or transferable. Coohom reserves the right to use above contents in accordance with such permission to display, promote and utilize them in other ways that are not prohibited by laws of the People’s Republic of China. As it should be, such licensing does not mean that you give up the ownership of the contents, but only grant Coohom and other users licenses to use such content.
- Precautions for Using User Uploads
Please note that when using contents uploaded by other users: Your license is limited to use other user-uploaded contents for personal and non-commercial purposes. For example, use models uploaded to Model Library by other users for your interior design and floor plan generation. Without a permission from Coohom and the original author, you are not allowed to reproduce, reprint or use such User Uploads in any other way. Otherwise, you need to bear the corresponding tort liability.
- Intellectual Property Statement for Coohom Platform
4.1 The intellectual property rights, including but not limited to trademark rights, patents, copyrights and trade secrets of all contents on Coohom platform, including but not limited to projects, images, files, information, documentations, platform architecture, platform screen arrangement and web design belong to Coohom or other obligees. Without the specific written agreement of Coohom or other obligees, no one shall use, modify, reproduce, publicly display, alter, distribute or publicly publish Coohom platform programs or contents.
4.2 Without the specific written agreement of Coohom, no one shall reproduce, copy, forge, sell, resell or access Coohom website or any part thereof for any commercial purposes.
4.3 All legitimate rights and interests of any software (including but not limited to any image, photo, animation, video, audio recording, music, text, additional program and attached material) used by Coohom to provide network services belong to the copyright holders of the software. The user shall not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the software without the permission of its copyright holder, or otherwise discover the original code of the software, and implement any alleged copyright infringement.
- Coohom Brand & Trademark
5.1 The texts, graphics and combinations thereof concerning the logo and “Coohom”, as well as other logos, symbols, product and service names of Coohom platform are Coohom’s trademarks in US, Canada, China or other countries. Without the specific written authorization, no one shall display, use or otherwise dispose of it in any way, or indicate to others that you reserve the right to display, use or otherwise deal with it.
5.2 When you use the name, LOGO, trademark or other information stated in 5.1, please be careful not to use it in the following ways, because these methods of use are unwelcome and may result in infringement liability:
5.2.1 Make others misunderstand that you are or your behavior is on behalf of Coohom / authorized by Coohom / associated with Coohom;
5.2.2 Deceptive and defamatory use;
5.2.3 Use our name, logo or trademark for commercial purposes, or as the main name, title and logo of related business conducts;
5.2.4 Use our name as the keyword or search tag for you and the products or services you provide;
5.2.5 Other uses that may lead to confusion, misunderstanding and infringement.
5.3 Coohom reserves the right to ask you to take legal responsibility for the improper use of its brand and trademark.
Intellectual Property Infringement Complaints and Handling Procedures
If you believe that the contents uploaded and displayed by Coohom users on the platform infringe your relevant rights, please send a notice to Coohom. Coohom will take measures according to relevant laws and regulations.
- Notice of Rights
For intellectual property infringement complaints, please send a “notice of rights ” to email@example.com. In order to process your request effectively, your "notice of rights" shall include the following:
1.1 Your name, a copy of your ID card (front and back) or a copy of your passport (if you are a natural person), a copy of your business license (if you are a company), address, telephone /mobile number, fax and email address.
1.2 Please indicate the name of the allegedly infringing content and the page address of the work in full and accurately.
1.3 Please provide the preliminary proof of the infringement, including the copyright of the allegedly infringing work, or the ownership proof to exercise the information network propagating right according to laws and regulations.
1.4 Please sign your signature (natural person) and stamp the official seal (company) in the notice of rights.
1.5 Above the signature and the office seal in the notice of rights, please leave such handwritten statement: “ The complainant is responsible for the authenticity of the notice of rights. If the content of the notice of rights is not true, the complainant will bear all the legal liabilities caused. ”
2.1 If the content publisher believes that there is no infringement in the content that has been disconnected or deleted by Coohom according to the above request, the publisher may issue a “counterclaim” to Coohom. After receiving such request, Coohom will verify and process the content. If the counterclaim is found true, Coohom will recover the relevant content. However, you should know that Coohom does not assume the legal responsibility for the recovery behavior and the related content after the restoration.
2.2 Please send your counterclaim to: [firstname.lastname@example.org]
2.3 In order to effectively handle the counterclaims of the above individuals or companies, please use the following formats:
2.3.1 Your name, a copy of your ID card (front and back) or a copy of your passport (if you are a natural person), a copy of your business license (if you are a company), address, tel /mobile number, fax and email address.
2.3.2 Please indicate the name of the restoration work and the address of the web page in full and accurately.
2.3.3 Please provide the preliminary non-infringement proofs which usually include the following:
2.3.4 Please sign your signature (natural person) and stamp the official seal (company) in the notice of rights.
2.3.5 Above the signature and the office seal in the notice of rights, please leave such handwritten statement: “The complainant is responsible for the authenticity of the notice of rights. If the content of the notice of rights is not true, the complainant will bear all the legal liabilities caused. ”
- Special Tips
3.1 Coohom reserves the right to request you to send the written documents concerning the notice of rights and counterclaim to Coohom by post under the necessity.
3.2 According to the regulations of the Information Network Transmission Right Protection Ordinance, the right holder shall be responsible for the authenticity of the notice of rights; the counterclaimer shall be responsible for the counterclaim. If your "claim" or "counterclaim" is inaccurate, you shall be liable for all liability (including but not limited to various compensations and attorneys' fees).