Reera’s policy is to remove content from our service when it is reported as infringing in a copyright takedown notice received from the owner of the original content. It’s also our policy to remove all content from any instructor who’s determined to be a repeat infringer (for whom Reera has received more than two valid copyright takedown notices). We reserve the right to terminate content at any time, including when the post content is in violation of the copyrights of others.

If you’d like to report content on the Reera platform and if you are the owner or the designated agent of the owner of the rights to the content that you believe the content is infringing, the most efficient way is to use the site contact from or send us an email [email protected]  (in English only).

Before you submit a copyright takedown notice, please remember these important things:

  1. We cannot process a copyright claim that is not submitted by the owner of the copyright or its designated agent. This is because we have no way of knowing whether the instructor who published the content you are reporting has received proper permission from the owner to use the content. We’ll ask you to provide an electronic signature to confirm that you’re the copyright owner or have authority to represent the copyright owner (including if the copyright owner is an organization). If you don’t own the content that you’re reporting, you’re welcome to reach out to the owner and provide them details.
  2. Knowingly submitting a false or misleading copyright takedown notice is illegal and you could be held liable and have to pay damages as a result. Reera reserves the right to seek damages from anyone who submits a notification of claimed infringement in violation of the law.
  3. Consider whether the use of your material in the content is “fair use.” Copyright law includes a “fair use” exception for certain uses of copyrighted content that are considered to be in the public interest. Before you submit a copyright claim, make sure that use of the copied content does not qualify as fair use. Fair use covers things like criticism, commentary, news reporting, and research. In considering whether the content’s use of your material qualifies as fair use, you should look at:
    • The purpose of the use (whether the content is paid or unpaid, whether the content critiques/parodies/transforms your material)
    • The type of copyrighted work being used (whether your work is factual or creative)
    • The portion being used (whether the content uses small, necessary excerpts of your material or substantial portions of it)
    • The effect on the market for your material (whether potential buyers would purchase the content instead of your material)
  4. There are types of content that aren’t protected by copyright. Copyright law doesn’t cover short phrases (like business names, book titles, and slogans), intangible concepts (like processes, ideas, and recipes), or facts. Before you submit a copyright claim, make sure that the copied content is indeed protected by copyright. If you need to report a trademark violation.
  5. Your copyright claim has to be sufficiently substantiated for us to be able to address it. This means:
    • You provide sufficient information for us to contact you, including your full legal name, an email address, physical address, and (optional) telephone number;
    • If you’re filing a notice on behalf of an organization, you include the name of the organization and your relationship to the organization;
    • You precisely identify the original copyrighted material or, if multiple copyrighted works are covered in your notification, you provide a sufficiently representative list of such original material (such as a URL where the material is located);
    • You provide sufficient information for us to locate the reportedly infringing content on the Reera platform and;
    • You add a statement saying: “I declare, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this complaint is accurate and that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on the copyright owner’s behalf and I have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law”.

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