In this Intellectual Property Rights Policy (“Policy”), “you” means the individual using the Yahoo services, and “we” and “us” means Yahoo, which has the meaning as set out in the Terms of Service into which this policy is incorporated. We respect the intellectual property of others, and we ask our users to do the same. Please note that information on websites is available for anyone to view, but not necessarily to access, download, print, copy and/or utilize.
This Policy sets out our policies on issues related to intellectual property rights, such as allegations of infringing material being posted or made available on our properties and actions against repeat infringers.
Please note that we have no control, power or authority over any users who are not Yahoo users or any Yahoo users who are registered with Yahoo properties outside our control, such as yahoo.com and yahoo.co.uk.
Information for intellectual property rights owners
We comply with all applicable laws and regulations. In particular, we comply with the requirements of (a) to the extent “Yahoo” means PT Yahoo Indonesia in accordance with the Terms of Service, Law No. 19 Year 2002 regarding Copyrights (July 29, 2002) (the “Indonesian Copyright Law”) as applicable, and (b) otherwise, the Singapore Copyright Act and the Copyright (Network Service Provider) Regulations. In this Policy, the applicable copyright legislation (including the Indonesian Copyright Law and the Singapore Copyright Act) are collectively referred to as the “Applicable Copyright Laws”.
If you believe that your intellectual property right (such as copyright or right to authorise the use of a performance) has been infringed, please complete our standard notice of infringement (PDF available here) and send or fax a hard-copy of the duly-completed form to us at:(for notices to Yahoo Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.)
Yahoo Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (Co. Reg. No. 199700735D)
60 Anson Road
#13-01 Mapletree Anson
Facsimile number: +65 6809 8388
(for notices to PT Yahoo Indonesia)
Please note that to the extent “Yahoo” means PT Yahoo Indonesia in accordance with the Terms of Service, Yahoo Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. has been appointed by PT Yahoo Indonesia to accept such notices on its behalf.
In addition, we will only accept and act on notices in the Indonesian language to the extent “Yahoo” means PT Yahoo Indonesia in accordance with the Terms of Service, and in the English language otherwise, that comply with the Applicable Copyright Laws, other applicable laws and this Policy (as applicable). Any notices that do not comply with the above will be rejected, and we will not take any action in relation to such rejected notices.
Upon receipt of a compliant notice of infringement, we will take the actions described below, depending on whether the alleged infringement described in the notice is an infringement of copyright or an unauthorised use of a performance, voice recording or broadcast that is governed by (i) the Singapore Copyright Act as applicable to network service providers ("Singapore Copyright Act Infringement") or (ii) the Indonesian Copyright Law or other applicable law.
Should you wish to contact the Legal Department for clarifications on this Policy, you may write or fax to the above, or you may telephone +65 6809 8000 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Singapore Copyright Act Infringement
Other types of infringement
Important Note for Legal Entities
In the case of any document signed for and on behalf of a legal or commercial entity, including an Indonesian limited liability company (perseroan terbatas), we require that the document be duly executed by an authorized officer or officers of the entity. We reserve the right to ask for the appropriate corporate documents (including, but not limited to, your articles of association, board resolutions or a power of attorney) to authenticate your identity and/or authority, and you acknowledge and agree that your failure to provide such documents in a timely manner may cause us to decline to take action in response to your notice
Information for users
Users who have posted or made available any Content (as defined in our Terms of Service) on or through our properties or services should familiarise themselves with the matters set out above under the heading "Information for intellectual property rights owners".
In particular, where we have removed or disabled access to any material pursuant to a notice of infringement alleging a Singapore Copyright Act Infringement, we will first send a brief notification to the user to inform him of this removal and such other information (including information on how to send a Compliant Counter-Notice) as may be useful to the user.
We may also, in accordance with our Terms of Service (including this Policy) and in appropriate circumstances and at our sole discretion, disable and/or terminate (whether partially or completely) without notice the accounts of users who may be infringing the intellectual property rights (including but not limited to copyrights and trade marks) of others.
In particular, we will terminate the Service Accounts of users whom we have determined to be repeat infringers. The "Service Account" of a user is the account of that user in respect of a particular service or property operated or provided by us. For instance, where we have determined that a user has infringed a third party's intellectual property rights in the course of his/her use of our Yahoo Mail service for Indonesia, the Service Account that may be terminated will be his/her account for our Yahoo Mail service for Indonesia, but not his/her other Service Accounts (e.g. Yahoo Messenger).
In determining whether a user is a repeat infringer, we will generally adopt the following procedure (as may be applied or amended from time to time in our sole discretion):