The trademarks and registered trademarks brand names and corporate logos that appear on the website are the rightful property of the respective owner. adheres to its federal Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in response to infringement notifications that comply to the DMCA and other laws applicable to. As part of our response, we may remove or disable access to material residing on site that is controlled or operated by ZoroToAnime that is claimed to be infringing, in which case we will make a good-faith attempt to contact the developer who submitted the affected material so that they may make a counter-notification, also under the DMCA.

It is recommended that you get legal assistance before issuing a Notice of Infringing Material or filing a Counter-Notification to ensure that you fully understand your rights and duties under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and other applicable statutes. The notice requirements listed below are designed to comply with ZoroTo’s rights as well as obligations under the DMCA specifically section 512(c) and do not provide legal advice.

A Notice to Copyright Infringing

To submit a complaint of the infringing materials on ZoroToAnime Please favor a notice with the following information

1. The physical sign-off of the developer team that is authorized to take action on behalf of the owner of exclusive rights believed to be infringed. Third-party organizations must provide a “Physical Authorization Letter. “Physical Authorization Letter” to ensure that they can deal with all copyright-related issues of them.

2. The identification of the copyrighted works which is believed to have been violated or if a single notice applies to several copyrighted works on one online website or website, a list of these works on the site.

3. Incorporating URLs into the body of emails is the perfect method to help us find material quickly.

4. The information is sufficient for that service supplier to reach the complainant including an address, a phone number, and, if applicable an email address by which the complainant can be reached.

5. The complaining party must state that they have a reasonable belief that the material’s use, as alleged, lacks consent from the copyright owner or their representative, or violates the law.

6. A declaration that the information provided in the notice is true and, under penalty of perjury, the complainant is legally authorized to represent the owner of the exclusive right allegedly infringed. (Note that in Section 512(f) anyone who is knowingly and materially falsely claiming the nature of the activity or material is infringement-causing may be held liable for damages.

Then Send the infringement notice via email to [email protected]