Any logos, trademarks or references to trademarks other than “Lost Signal”, “Lost Signal Web”, “LSN” on this site unless expressly stated are copyright of their original owners.
Policy for Content Owners:
Lost Signal Web, as an Online Service Provider claims protection under Section 512 of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act of 1998.
In order for us to process your DMCA Claim, we must receive the following:
- The name, address and electronic signature of the complaining party
- The infringing materials and their Internet location
- Sufficient information to identify the copyrighted works
- A statement by the owner in good faith that they believe there is no legal basis for use of the materials complained of
- A statement to the accuracy of notice, and under penalty of perjury that the complaining party is authorized to act on the behalf of the copyright owner
According to the regulations we will acknowledge receipt of a VALID request, remove the infringing content within 24 hours, and then acknowledge its removal. We reserve the right to notify or request the customer to remove the material themselves, but if we receive no response within a reasonable amount of time, we will suspend or remove it at the provider level.
Note: If you do not specifically identify the copy-written material in a way that we can easily determine its’ use, your complaint may go unanswered [512c,d(3)]
If it is determined that the copyright holder misrepresented its claim regarding the infringing material, the copyright holder then becomes liable to us for any damages that resulted from the improper removal of the material. [512(f)]
Policy for Webmasters:
According to Section 512(g), as a webmaster you do have rights to dispute the validity of a DMCA complaint. We will notify you of the infringement, and provide you with the opportunity to reply in writing to dispute the complaint. If a subscriber provides a proper counter-notice claiming that the material does not infringe the complainant’s copyrights, the service provider will notify the claimant. If the copyright owner does not bring an objection or lawsuit within 14 days, we will restore the content to its’ original state.
A proper counter notice must contain the following information:
- The subscriber’s name, address, phone number and electronic signature
- Identification of the material, and its’ location before removal
- A statement under penalty of perjury that the material was mistakenly removed or misidentified
- Susbcriber’s consent to local jurisdiction, or an appropriate judicial body.
If you require assistance composing your DMCA Counter-Notice, a convienient web-based form and further education on the topic are available at this external site
Abuse of the DMCA system will not be tolerated. If you spam a DMCA request to our copyright agent address, or in any way use the complaint system in a harassing way, you may be blocked from sending any further DMCA requests.
If a subscriber is proven by our team to be a repeat abuser of copyright, their service may be terminated under the Termination clauses of the Terms of Service, and may be terminated without warning, refund or notification, in accordance of the [512(I)] policy.
Submitting a copyright complaint
To submit your DMCA request, send an electronic message to:
If you can not or refuse to submit your request via electronic mail, you may submit it via postal mail to the following address, where it will be forwarded to our agent and acted upon once the agent receives it. Thus, the e-mail option is preferred because the time to carry out the complaint is greatly reduced.
2972 Columbia St. Suite 12869
Torrance, California, 90053