According to the law in the United States, The UK, Russia and most countries in Western Europe, copyright protection is assigned to original author of the the work.
Symbols such as ©, tm, sm or ® are not required to be displayed since the year 1989 according to the “Berne Convention Implementation Act” (source: Copyright on Wikipedia.com).
Copyright symbols and disclaimers only further clarify who owns the copyright and whether it has been further registered or not.
If a special license is granted to some portion of the content on our web site, it will be clearly labeled, and the license is limited to that specific information only.
We also allow freely available public search engines to index our content in order to help people find our web site, but users of those search engines have no right to copy the images, text, videos or other data they find from our web site through search engines.
We reserve all other rights for ourselves except where explicitly noted otherwise.
If you have found that our web site is violating copyright law, the terms of a license agreement or misusing trademarks, please report this problem immediately to us via the form below so that we may review your claim.
A valid claim must identity the original copyright holder and you must tell us the location(s) you found this information on the web site including any URLs or other identifying information you can list.
Please describe the requested action you want us to take.
We will honor removal of any information related to a claim that 1) provides reasonable evidence that we don’t have the permission to use the information and 2) if we fail to provide adequate evidence to deny the claim.
The information you submit on this form will solely be used by the web developer and web site owner for the purpose of resolving the claim.
We ask that you provide us a reasonable amount of time to respond and/or make corrections.
Make sure your contact information is accurate, we are not able to respond to claims with incorrect contact information.