In the ever-evolving landscape of digital content, copyright infringement is a persistent concern for creators and businesses alike. As a responsible company, we adhere to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and copyright laws, recognizing the importance of protecting intellectual property. Understanding the limitations and boundaries of the support we provide in handling DMCA and copyright claims is crucial.

Our Commitment:

At Brixly, we are committed to upholding the principles of copyright protection and the DMCA. We provide a platform that respects intellectual property rights and encourages the responsible use of digital content. Our commitment extends to promptly addressing valid claims of copyright infringement and taking appropriate actions to mitigate any potential harm.

The DMCA Process:

Our company initiates a standard process upon receiving a DMCA takedown notice or copyright claim. We raise an abuse report on behalf of the claimant, promptly removing or disabling access to the allegedly infringing material. Subsequently, we perform suspensions based on what may seem appropriate, ensuring a swift response to valid claims while maintaining a proactive approach to potential infringements. Our role remains an intermediary, facilitating communication between the claimant and the responder throughout this process.

Limitations on Confirmation:

It is essential to note that our role is to follow the prescribed DMCA process without independently verifying the validity of each claim. We are not in a position to confirm or debate the legitimacy of the reported infringement. Our commitment is to act swiftly upon receiving a valid DMCA notice and provide the necessary assistance to both parties.

No Arbitration or Mediation:

Our support is limited to the initial handling of the claim. We do not engage in arbitration or mediation between the claimant and responder. Subsequent disputes, discussions, or negotiations regarding the claim's legitimacy and potential resolutions fall outside the scope of our involvement.

Responsibility of the Parties:

After the claim is submitted, it becomes the responsibility of the claimant and responder to engage in any further communication or resolution efforts. We encourage both parties to work together to address concerns, clarify misunderstandings, or resolve any disputes related to the copyright claim.


In navigating the complex landscape of copyright protection and DMCA compliance, it is crucial to understand the limits of the support provided by Brixly. Our commitment is to follow the prescribed DMCA process diligently, acting promptly upon valid claims, but we do not independently confirm the legitimacy of each claim. Post-submission, the responsibility shifts to the claimant and responder for further discussions or resolutions.

By clearly defining these limitations, we aim to maintain a fair and transparent process that respects the rights of all parties involved in copyright claims on our platform.