This page concerns the compliance of What Now Media Group, Inc. (“What Now”) and its affiliates with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (“DMCA”). What Now’s Copyright and Intellectual Property Infringement Policy is available HERE. Customers, account holders, and partners submitting materials, content, images, and other items potentially subject to protection under U.S. or international intellectual property laws are advised to read and review What Now’s Copyright and Intellectual Property Infringement Policy.

What Now, together with its affiliates and subsidiaries, respects other parties’ intellectual property rights. In accordance with the DMCA, What Now’s policy is to expeditiously respond to copyright infringement claims submitted via the Copyright Agent specified below. Upon receipt of a copyright infringement notice, What Now will take all actions it deems appropriate, within the sole exercise of its discretion, which may include removal of the allegedly infringing materials and termination of access for repeat infringers of copyright protected content.

If you believe your intellectual property rights may have been violated by What Now or by a What Now subscriber, account holder, or other user (collectively, “user”) through any of What Now’s electronic or online resources, websites, or systems (collectively, “Services”), please provide the following to the designated Copyright Agent listed below:

  • A reasonable description of the copyrighted work or other intellectual property allegedly infringed;
  • The identification of where the allegedly infringing material is located (including URL if available);  
  • An address, telephone number, and email address where What Now or its representatives can contact you and, if the alleged infringing party is not What Now, the contact information for the alleged infringing party if known or available;
  • A statement confirming your good faith belief that the use of the materials in question is unauthorized by the holder of the copyright or other intellectual property rights, or by that holder’s agent, or is otherwise unauthorized as a matter of law (and if so, the legal basis asserted);  
  • A statement made under penalty of perjury that the information stated in your notice to What Now is accurate, that you are the copyright or intellectual property owner, or that you are authorized to act on the owner’s behalf; and
  • Your electronic or physical signature.

What Now may request additional information before removing any allegedly infringing material from its sites or systems. If What Now removes or disables access to any allegedly infringing materials, What Now will promptly notify the affected party. What Now may also provide the affected party with your email address or other contact information, so that party may respond to your allegations. Pursuant to 17 U.S.C. 512(c), What Now’s designated Copyright Agent is: Copyright Agent c/o What Now Media Group, Inc., 931 Monroe Drive N.E., Suite A102 No. 635, Atlanta, Georgia 30308, Attn: IP Compliance; [email protected]