Sribu.com Policy Regarding Copyright and Trademark

last update: january 2016

Sribu.com is a design services online provider that has concern regarding intellectual property right issues. One of Sribu.com commitments is to provide brief explanation to Clien and designers regarding Sribu.com copyright and trademark policy.

1. DESIGN SIZE RESOLUTION

To help prevent Intellectual Property Rights’ infringement, including but not limited to copyright, all design is uploaded and displayed in Sribu.com is submitted with a low-resolution. As for the size will be determined and included later in the upload works.

2. DESIGNER AND COPYRIGHT

All the designers who participated in the competition and submit their work through Sribu.com hereby give consent to fully responsible for their work. Designers are subject to the Terms and Conditions set by Sribu.com and all laws and regulations applicable in Indonesia, and is willing to bear all the risk for the actions of creating and submitting their work, which if through further investigation proved as a form of plagiarism, cheating and/or violating the intellectual property rights of others.

Sribu.com has the right but not the obligation to assess whether a work is violating Third Party’s intellectual property rights. We allow every party to give feedback to us via email ask@sribu.com, for our further investigation.

3. SRIBU.COM PARTICIPATION IN COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT ALLEGED CASES

Sribu.com is not responsible and will not engage in reporting of intellectual property rights violations, including but not limited to copyright and trademark to the legal entities, is not involved with any legal process, and do not have any obligation to ensure that all designs created and delivered by designers to Clients through Sribu.com are not violating the intellectual property rights of others. All reporting and maintenance costs due process of law is on behalf of the complainant, and Sribu.com will not take part in it.

4. WHAT TO DO WHEN DETECTING AN INFRINGEMENT

You can report suspected violations of intellectual property rights, including but not limited to Copyright, via email ask@sribu.com. If you find other designers who use your work without your consent, you are allowed to send notification email to us via ask@sribu.com. We will investigate the report, and give sanction to the violating designer.

However you are not allowed to give false, inaccurate, misleading, defamatory or libelous contents and informations.

5. MAKE SURE YOUR TRADEMARK IS NOT INFRINGING ANY THIRD PARTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Before having a logo design competition for your trademark, we strongly recommend that you conduct a preliminary trademark searching on the Directorate General of Trademark, to make sure that the letters and/or numbers combination on your trademark can be used and does not infringe the intellectual property rights of others.

It aims to avoid the possibility that the trademark and logo (which you will get from carrying out a logo competition on Sribu.com) cannot be used and/or registered with the Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights because it is the same, similar, or almost identical with Third Party’s trademark and logo.

If you require a preliminary search service, we can help to connect you with the related party.

6. DISCLAIMER

All the information provides is of a general nature and cannot be regarded as legal advice. Sribu.com can not be sued or prosecuted for any statement, errors, inaccuracies or deficiencies in the provision of information and guidelines. You are advised to seek law experts to obtain more detailed explanation and thorough legal opinion.