ArcadeReef

Copyright Policy

ArcadeReef Copyright Policy And Process for Notification of Alleged Copyright Violation:

The games provided on the ArcadeReef.com (the "Site") include games owned by Future Ads LLC and games submitted to the Site by users and other third  parties. Each party submitting a game is  required to represent and warrant to Future Ads LLC that the submission of the  game and its use on the Site will not violate any copyright or other right of  any party.

If, notwithstanding our receipt of such assurances, you believe that a particular game violates your copyright or that of a party for whom you are authorized to act, please provide a written or electronic notification to the Site's designated copyright agent (see below). Pursuant to Section 512(c) of the U.S. Copyright  Act, the notification must contain the following:

(a)  your electronic or physical signature;
(b)  sufficient information to identify the  copyrighted work that you claim has been infringed;
(c)  a description of the infringing material and  the location on the Site of such material;
(d)  your name, address, telephone number and email  address so that we may contact you;
(e)  the following statement: "I have a good faith belief that use of the  copyrighted materials described above is not authorized by the copyright owner,  its agent or the law"; and
(f)  the following statement: "I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the  above information in this notification is accurate and that I am,
or am authorized  to act on behalf of, the owner of the exclusive right that is allegedly  infringed."

Failure to include all of the above information may  result in a delay of the processing of your notification.
The  Site's designated agent for notification of claims of copyright infringement  can be reached as follows:

By Postal Mail:

ArcadeReef
3419 Via Lido #261
Newport Beach, CA 92663
Attention: Legal Department, General Counsel
By Email:

If we receive a valid counter notification complying with the provisions of  Section 512(g) of the U.S. Copyright Act to the effect that the material was  removed as a result of mistake or misidentification, we may reinstate access to  the material.