Here at Printful, we do our best to comply with copyright rules and regulations while asking you to do the same.
We comply with the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which regulates the removal of copyrighted material. If you believe that your designs or other intellectual property have been reproduced illegally, you must submit a report to Printful called a Takedown Notice.
Before filing a Takedown Notice, carefully consider whether the Fair Use doctrine protects the copyrighted material in question. If you file a report when no infringement has occurred, you may be liable for legal costs and attorneys’ fees. If you’re unsure whether someone’s use of your copyrighted material constitutes infringement, please seek legal advice.
Filing a Takedown Notice
Once you’ve confirmed that someone is using your content in a way that infringes upon your rights (see Printful Terms of Service, Section 3: Content), fill out this form. In it, you’ll be asked to provide your contact information, copyright information, links to content you are reporting, links to the original content, any other supporting documentation, and your digital signature. Make sure you read the form carefully and provide all relevant information.
Filing a Counter-Notice
If your work has been reported in a Takedown Notice by another person, but you believe it was a mistake (for example, you can prove that you’re authorized to use the content), you should fill out this form. Similarly, you will be asked to provide your contact details, links to content in question, and all supporting documentation.
If you have any questions about this process, please contact email@example.com.