Cinetimes.org respects the rights of artists and other rights holders. It is our policy to cooperate fully with notices of removal of illegal content in accordance with the French law for confidence in the digital economy ("LCEN") by removing the indicated content from our site.
Please note that Cinetimes does not produce or host any multimedia files. Users submit their links to videos hosted on third party services which may be either, The Internet Archive (archive.org), the Wikimedia Foundation (wikimedia.org), Youtube(YouTube.com), Vimeo(vimeo.com) or DailyMotion (dailymotion.com). These services should be contacted using the same procedures.
Any removal of a media file from one of these external platforms will result in the removal of the corresponding page from cinetimes.org.
If a link to one of your copyrighted works has been published on Cinetimes without your permission, you have the option of sending a notice of copyright infringement. Before you do so, please check that your case does not fall under an exception to copyright protection such as permitted use by law, fair use or other. Such a request can only be made by the copyright owner or an agent authorised to act on his behalf.
Please note that cinetimes.org does not host any of the videos featured on its site, it provides links to content hosted by The Internet Archive (archive.org), the Wikimedia Foundation (wikimedia.org), Youtube(YouTube.com), Vimeo(vimeo.com) and DailyMotion (dailymotion.com).
cinetimes.org contains links to these sites, either directly or through embedding code. cinetimes.org is not responsible for the accuracy, compliance, copyright, legality, decency or any other aspect of the content of other linked sites. If you have any legal concerns, please contact the owners of the media files or the relevant host sites. If a referenced film violates copyright and you would like us to remove the content or if you have any questions, please contact us.
Please be sure to include the following conditions:
You must provide information that allows the user who posted the video to be removed and Cinetimes to contact you regarding your complaint (e-mail address, mailing address or telephone number). 2. Description of the work that you believe has been infringed In your complaint, be sure to fully and accurately describe the content you wish to protect. 3. 3. The URL of each of the videos complained of. If your complaint does not contain the location of the allegedly infringing video, we will not be able to remove it. Please follow the format: cinetimes.org/xxxxxxxxxxx 4. The following statement duly accepted "I have good reason to believe that the use of the material that is the subject of my complaint is prohibited by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law. 5. The following statement: "The information contained in this notification is accurate, and I declare on my honor that I am the owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that I believe has been infringed." 6. Your signature A proper claim must be signed in writing or electronically by the copyright owner or a representative authorized to act on the owner's behalf. To sign, you may enter your full legal name (your first and last name, not a company name) at the bottom of your claim.