DCMA Policy

Intellectual Property Infringement Notification

Foodie, The Restaurants Agency (“Foodie Agency”,” “us,” or “we”) is committed to complying with U.S. copyright law and to responding to claims of copyright infringement. We will promptly process and investigate notices of alleged infringement and will take appropriate actions as set forth herein.

Notifications of claimed intellectual property infringement should be sent to our mailing address via certified mail to:
Foodie, The Restaurants Agency 
2980 NE 207th Street – Suite 314, Aventura, FL 33180, United States

You must provide all of the following information when providing notice of the claimed intellectual property infringement:

  1. Your signature. We need a physical signature or the signature of a person authorized to act on behalf of the intellectual property owner;
  2. A description of your proprietary material. You must identify the intellectual property claimed to have been infringed;
  3. A description of the infringing material. You must identify the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of the infringing activity, and that is to be removed or access to which is to be disabled, as well as information reasonably sufficient to permit us to locate the material (e.g., a URL);
  4. Your contact information. We need information that is reasonably sufficient to permit us to contact you or the intellectual property owner, such as an address, telephone number, and, if available, an email address; and
  5. Three affirmations under penalty of perjury. We need:
  6. A statement that you have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the intellectual property owner, its agent, or law;
  7. A statement that the information in the notification is true and accurate; and
  8. A statement that you are authorized to act on behalf of the intellectual property owner.

For more details on the information required for valid notification of copyright under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, see 17 U.S.C. 512(c)(3).
You should be aware that, under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, claimants who make misrepresentations concerning copyright infringement may be liable for damages incurred as a result of the removal or blocking of the material, court costs, and attorneys fees. And, under 17 U.S.C. § 512(g)(2), the individual who posted the materials may provide us with counter-notification that the materials were removed or disabled as the result of a mistake or misidentification of the materials. If we receive such a counter-notification, and we determine that we would like to restore access to the materials, a copy will be sent to you notifying you that access to the materials will be restored within ten (10) business days.