Copyright Policy

1. Copyright of Strimm proprietary content

With the exception of Content submitted to the Strimm by you, you are not granted any right and/or license, or ownership including any copyright, trade mark and other intellectual property rights to any Content, other than as explicitly set forth in this policy. Such content on the Strimm.com website (“Site”), including without limitation, the text, software, graphics, photos, posts and any Strimm owned and hosted videos, which are owned by or licensed to Strimm, subject to copyright and other intellectual property rights and trademark laws, trade secret laws, foreign laws, and international conventions. Other than as specifically permitted, you may not engage in the unauthorized use, broadcasting, copying, or distribution of any of said content of Strimm. All copyright, trademarks, service marks and other intellectual property rights in the Site (including the design, arrangement, and look and feel) and all material or content supplied as part of the Site, other than User-Generated Content, shall remain at all times the property of Srimm, Inc.

2. Copyright of third party content

Strimm is a video platform, which provides a user-generated content to the public. Strimm respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask our users to do the same. It is strictly the user’s responsibility to ensure that they are complying with the applicable copyright laws and this copyright policy should not be a substitute for a professional legal advice.

Please know that if you create a channel or a playlist with videos from a third-party providers like YouTube or Vimeo or Dailymotion, you do not upload or download videos onto your account on Strimm. You simply create a link to their server, where the publicly shared video is located and is being streamed from. The video is also played on their embedded player. Since these third-party video providers allow embedding most of its videos and players on any public website, we use their embedding function to play their videos on Strimm and to allow scheduling a playlist. Only videos, which are allowed to be embedded and used by these third-party video providers on public sites and which are not restricted by them can be played on Strimm. While some videos posted on YouTube or Vimeo or Dailymotion may infringe someone’s copyrights, it is only under their control to respond to any copyright complaints and they usually do a great job by restricting and removing millions of videos, which infringe copyright laws. If the video added to your channel becomes restricted or removed by any of these video providers, a relevant message will appear in the video box, preventing you from using this video.

Please note that if you broadcast videos on Strimm from your own YouTube or Vimeo or Dailymotion account, it is then your own responsibility to comply with copyright laws.

If you are a copyright owner of the video and have found a video on Strimm that should not be there, we encourage you to contact a relevant video provider directly. The icon, identifying a video provider is usually located right on the video player. We have absolutely no way to control their user generated content and are not able to remove it from their servers. If the video is playing on our site, then it is playing on their site as well and on any other site it is embedded on. Click on their logo in the bottom right corner of the player (appears on mouse over) and you should be taken to the relevant page on their site. Then, you can file a complaint, directly on their website. Alternatively, you can copy the name of the video and search it on their website.

YouTube’s copyright information page is here.

Vimeo’s copyright information page is here.

Dailymotion’s copyright information page is here.

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