HappyFans might terminate, according to circumstances, Creators and Fans accounts, who are persistent violators. We rely on creators to fund, post or link only to their own original creations on our platform and to notify us when creations are being misused, stolen, or otherwise abused.

Intellectual property is a difficult, complex, and nuanced area of law and there are legal risks involved both in sending notifications and counter-notifications. If you are not already familiar with intellectual property law, we recommend consulting with an attorney for professional advice before bringing any notifications or counter-notifications on our platform.

We love and admire all types of Creators and appreciate them for their ability to contribute to the world in a creative manner. Moreover, our priority is to respect the intellectual property rights that are granted to creative works, and we encourage such understanding and respect by others, especially our Users. 

The Copyright Act (CA) provides a notice and takedown framework for potential copyright infringements. This framework allows copyright owners to bring notification of claimed infringement for any potentially infringing works that may be hosted or located on HappyFans. We act rapidly to remove such works.

If a HappyFans creator has potentially misused your copyrighted work, please submit a notification of claimed infringement by following these instructions. Be sure to conform to the applicable notification provisions of Section 4 of Chapter 7 of the Copyright Act.

If you have received a notification of a claimed infringement on your HappyFans profile, you have the option to remove the work or to bring a counter-notification by following these instructions. Be sure to conform to the applicable counter-notification provisions of Section 4 of Chapter 7 of the Copyright Act. 

All notifications of claimed infringement can be emailed to HappyFans’ designated Copyright Act agent at:

Email: [email protected]

Or it can be mailed to our company’s address:

Blocknroll LTD, Quijano Chambers, P.O. Box 3159, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands.

Furthermore, a trademark is a brand name, slogan, or logo that serves to identify a person or company’s goods or services. Thus, if you are concerned that someone may be using your trademark in a way that is likely to confuse or mislead the public, please contact us at [email protected]. We will review your claim and take whatever action we deem appropriate, including but not limited to the removal of the violative mark from our platform.