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IP Rights Policy

Third Party Intellectual Property Rights Policy

General
Oversee.net respects the intellectual property rights of others. Consistent with that principle, we maintain rigorous internal mechanisms to make certain that we and our subsidiaries are not improperly violating the intellectual property rights of third parties. In addition, the terms of service for the products and services that we offer to our customers and other users require that such customers and users agree to refrain from violating the intellectual property rights of third parties.
To the extent that a third party believes that its intellectual property rights are not being respected, we welcome communications from such parties so that the matter can be resolved as quickly and as efficiently as possible. While different Oversee or Oversee-affiliated products and services may have their individually tailored dispute resolution mechanisms, as a general matter, upon receiving a third party complaint, Oversee will investigate and take whatever remedial actions that may be necessary within a matter of business days providing for quick and efficient resolution of disputes.

DomainSponsor

DomainSponsor Trademark Dispute Policy

DomainSponsor® is an automated system that dynamically generates web pages containing relevant keywords and links to advertisements that are optimized based on the behavior of internet users visiting such web pages. DomainSponsor publishers, the owners of the domain name participating in the DomainSponsor system, have the ability to choose from a number of different options to customize the keywords, taglines and “look and feel” of the web pages generated by the DomainSponsor system on behalf of DomainSponsor’s publishers.

The DomainSponsor Terms of Service prohibit its users from violating the intellectual property rights of others, and also provide that the domain name owner is solely responsible for any alleged inappropriate conduct. Accordingly, if you have a claim regarding a domain name participating in the DomainSponsor system, we strongly encourage you to contact the domain name owner directly whenever possible.

Nevertheless, while we are not in a position to arbitrate trademark disputes between domain name owners and trademark owners, we have adopted this Trademark Dispute Policy as a courtesy to assist when a dispute arises.

It is our policy to immediately review complaints of alleged trademark infringement and to perform an investigation within three (3) business days. If our investigation determines that a domain name(s) participating in the DomainSponsor system potentially violates the intellectual property rights of the complainant, we will take down the domain name from the DomainSponsor system. In appropriate circumstances and at our sole discretion, we may terminate any owners or administrators who are deemed to be repeat infringers.

If you believe that your trademark has been violated, please submit a trademark dispute notice containing the information specified below. Because our actions may necessarily affect the rights of our customers, we will not investigate complaints that do not substantially comply with this notice requirement. Please note that you may be liable for damages (including costs and attorneys’ fees) if you materially misrepresent that an activity is infringing your trademark.
1. Your name, address, telephone number, and email address;

2. A copy of your trademark registration, or list the trademark(s) at issue, the country/countries where registered, and the registration number(s);

3. The specific domain names at issue;

4. A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the trademark owner, its agent, or the law;

5. A statement by you, made under penalty of perjury, that the above information in your notice is accurate and that you are the trademark owner or authorized to act on the trademark owner’s behalf;

6. Your signature

Please send your written notice of any trademark disputes to addresses specified below. While we accept communications by mail, we strongly encourage you to use electronic communications so that your communications can be properly logged and can be addressed more quickly.
By email
[email protected]
By mail
c/o DomainSponsor.com
515 S. Flower St., Suite 4400
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Oversee Domain Management

It is the goal of Oversee’s domain management business unit to register and retain as domain names words and phrases that can be used for directory services. To eliminate the potential retention of a domain name which may be deemed violative of a third party’s intellectual property rights, Oversee utilizes a combination of automated filters and human capital to review its domain portfolio and proposed additions to its portfolio.
Because of its respect for the rights of others, Oversee is committed to resolving any disputes which might arise as the result of a domain name registration as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you believe that your trademark has been violated, please submit a trademark dispute notice containing the information specified below.
1. Your name, address, telephone number, and email address;

2. A copy of your trademark registration or other proof of your right to the trademark;

3. The specific domain name(s) at issue;

4. A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the trademark owner, its agent, or the law;

5. A statement by you, made under penalty of perjury, that the above information in your notice is accurate and that you are the trademark owner or authorized to act on the trademark owner’s behalf;

6. Your signature

Please send your written notice of any trademark disputes to addresses specified below. While we accept communications by mail, we strongly encourage you to use electronic communications so that your communications can be properly logged through our tracking system and can be addressed more quickly.
By email
[email protected]

By mail
c/o Oversee Domain Management
515 S. Flower St., Suite 4400
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Oversee Domain Management will use reasonable efforts to review this information, investigate, and respond to your inquiry within a matter of business days.

KeyWord Bidding Policy
It is our practice to refrain from using search engine keyword bidding in a manner that is likely to cause confusion or mistake in the marketplace. Oversee is focused on bidding on keywords that do not represent the trademarks of others.
To the extent that a third party believes that its intellectual property rights are not being respected as a result of our search engine marketing activities, we welcome communications from such entities so that the matter can be resolved as quickly and as efficiently as possible. Upon receiving a third party complaint of this nature with respect to its activities, Oversee will investigate and take whatever remedial actions that may be necessary within a matter of business days, including without limitation, adding terms as negative exact or broad matches in its advertising campaigns.

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