iArchives Copyright Policy

iArchives, Inc. owns the Internet website Fold3.com and others. The design, content and graphics of these sites are subject to strict copyright protection with all rights reserved. While there are some images and documents on the Fold3 site that are in the public domain and for which we don't claim exclusive rights, many of these images and documents are still subject to restrictions on any reuse. To obtain permission to use any of the copyrighted elements, which permission may be granted or refused in our sole discretion, please write to the address below with a full description of the element which you desire to use, the purpose, place and extent of use intended, and full contact information including name, address, phone, fax and email to:

Copyright Permissions
iArchives, Inc.
355 South 520 West
Suite 250
Lindon, UT 84042

Email: support@fold3.com

iArchives Copyright Take-Down Policy

Users may submit content to the iArchive, Inc. websites ("User Provided Content"). For User Provided Content, we are merely hosting and providing access, and cannot accept any liability with regard to such material (including with respect to its accuracy). Occasionally, a person may feel that content submitted by another user is their property, or is covered by the copyright of someone other than the submitter. Pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (the "DMCA"), we will respond to substantiated claims of violation. In such a case, the person who believes they have a claim under copyright should send a claim of copyright violation to:

Copyright Agent for Notice
iArchives, Inc.
355 South 520 West
Suite 250
Lindon, UT 84042

Email: copyright@fold3.com

All the following must be included:

  • Identification of the copyrighted work claimed to be infringed, and the basis of the claim
  • A description of where the material which is claimed to be infringing is located, including the URL
  • Full contact information on the claimed copyright owner or other claimant (who must have a license which is being infringed or other standing to make the claim) including name, address, telephone, fax and email information
  • A statement, under penalty of perjury, that the information sent is accurate and the complaining party is the owner or an authorized agent of the owner
  • A physical or electronic signature of the claiming party
  • Any other requirements currently imposed by the DMCA, see www.copyright.gov

Upon receipt of this written notification containing all of the information outlined above, Ancestry may remove or disable access to the material that is alleged to be infringing. Ancestry may also notify the alleged infringer. If you believe in good faith that someone has wrongly filed a notice of copyright infringement against you, you can send us a counter-notice stating why the materials should not be taken down. Counter-notices must meet the current statutory requirements imposed by the DMCA; see www.copyright.gov for details. We suggest that you consult your legal advisor before filing a notice or counter-notice since there are penalties for false claims under the DMCA.

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