Report Content for Copyright Reasons

Help Centre Posted at : January 10, 2023

Report Content for Copyright Reasons

Copyright is the set of moral and patrimonial rights enjoyed by the owners of literary, artistic or scientific works.

It is the exclusive right enjoyed by the owner of an original work to exploit or authorize others to exploit his work.

No one has the right Reasons to communicate or publish or produce a work belonging to a third party in a form or in circumstances which infringe the economic and moral rights of the author.

Rediafile succeeded in developing an efficient and optimal system of protecting literary and artistic property.

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Copyright is the set of moral and patrimonial rights enjoyed by the owners of literary, artistic or scientific works.

When we admit the notice and authorize that it's valid, we will block access to file uploaded . a notice that access to file has been blocked and a counter Announcement Form.

Still, we will shoot this to Complainant and inform that blocked access will be reacitvated in 14 days if Complainant doesn't file an action seeking court order to restrain the uploader for this material, If we admit a filled Counter Announcement Form.

In agreement with the DMCA, we've a policy of terminating accounts of uploaders, who repeats brand infringements. We may also limit access to the Point and/ or terminate the account of any person repeating these conduct

 Property law

The author has the right to remuneration for any exploitation of his work in any material form (public performance, reproduction, broadcasting, translation, etc.)

the author of the work enjoys the exclusive rights to exploit his work or authorize its exploitation by others, by performing any of the following acts:

  • reproduce the work by any process and in particular by printing, drawing, audio or audio-visual recording on magnetic tapes, discs, compact discs or by any computer system and other means.

  • communicate the work to the public by any means and in particular by:

           -representation in public places such as hotels, restaurants, means of land, sea and air transport, as well as festivals and performance halls

          - dramatic representation or public performance;

         - wired or wireless distribution of works using:

— + the means of transmission and reception of radio and television and electronics and others;

— + loudspeakers or any other instrument transmitting signs, sounds or images;

— + satellites, cables, computer networks or other similar means .

  • Any form of exploitation of the work in general, including the commercial rental of the original and its copies.

  • The translation, adaptation, arrangement and other transformations of the work considered under this law as derivative works.

The economic rights can be transmitted partially or totally by way of succession or by assignment. They are exercised by the author himself, his representative or any other holder of these rights.

 Moral rights

The moral rights of the author include the exclusive right to perform the following acts:

  • Make his work available to the public and claim authorship using his name or a pseudonym, or remain anonymous. The name of the author must be indicated, in a manner consistent with good practice, each time the work is communicated to the public and on any copy reproducing the content of the work, each time it is presented to the public, under any mode or form of expression.

  •   Oppose any mutilation, deformation, addition or other modification of his work without his written consent, as well as any other attack on the same work, prejudicial to the honor of the author or his reputation.

  • Withdraw his work from circulation to the public, in exchange for fair compensation, for the benefit of the authorized operator, who has suffered damage.

Moral rights are imprescriptible, non-waiverable and inalienable. They are, however, transmissible by inheritance or by will.

An original literary, artistic or scientific work is therefore protected from its creation and does not require registration or deposit.

The protection of the Work covers the form of expression of the idea and not the idea as such.

 Who are the rights holders?

Those who benefit from copyright protection are all the holders of a right in the work. In general, those who participated in the creation of the work in its original, translated, arranged or adapted form.

Originally, it is always natural persons; the author, composer, writer, choreographer, painter, scriptwriter, who are the holders of the rights to the work.