Yahoo Canada respects intellectual property laws and has adopted the following policy toward intellectual property infringement on its Services.
Reporting Instances of Intellectual Property Violations
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If you believe that material residing or accessible on or through Yahoo’s Services infringes your copyright, please send a notice of copyright infringement to Yahoo Canada with the following information (your “Notice”):
Upon receiving your notice, Yahoo Canada will take the following steps:
You may also submit a notice via our online form:
If you are asserting infringement of a trademark please follow the same procedure above for a Notice, and, if applicable, include your registration and/or application number(s) pertaining to your trademark. Accounts or subscribers that are the subject of a trademark notice may submit an appeal to Yahoo, along with any relevant materials you would like Yahoo to consider.
Your signed Notice should be mailed to:
207 Queen's Quay West, Suite 801
Attention: Legal Department