Intellectual Property Policy
As a venue for artists, designers, and makers, All Public Art takes intellectual property rights very seriously. We comply with intellectual property laws and industry best practices in order to maintain the integrity of our creative marketplace. This Intellectual Property Policy explains how we address allegations of infringement, how authorized parties can submit proper notices of infringement regarding content on our marketplace, and how All Public Art sellers can respond when their listings or Item for Sale Stores are affected by a notice.
If material was removed from your Item for Sale Store due to a notification of infringement or if you would like to learn more about intellectual property issues in general, please refer to the following information.
Support for intellectual property issues
Frequently asked questions about having material removed due to a notice of infringement.
Copyrighting and protecting your work
General information about intellectual property rights.
All Public Art's Trademark Policy
Guidelines for the use of All Public Art's trademarks.
All Public Art adopted this intellectual property policy in accordance with industry best practices, general U.S. intellectual property laws, and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Notices of Intellectual Property Infringement
All Public Art strives to respond quickly when we receive proper notice of intellectual property infringement by removing or disabling access to the allegedly infringing material. When All Public Art removes or disables access in response to a notice, All Public Art makes a reasonable attempt to contact the allegedly infringing party, provide information about the notice and removal, and, in cases of alleged copyright infringement, provide information about counter notification. All Public Art may also provide a copy of the notice to the allegedly infringing party.
If All Public Art receives a DMCA counter notification, the removed material may be replaced or access to it may be restored 10 business days after receipt of the counter notice, unless the copyright owner files an action seeking a court order against the allegedly infringing party and informs All Public Art of this action. All Public Art sends a copy of the counter notice to the original complaining party.
All Public Art terminates account privileges of members that are subject to repeat notices of intellectual property infringement in appropriate circumstances and at All Public Art’s discretion.
Please use our Contact Us to provide notice of claimed infringement.