Here at RaiseTheFlag.ca, we value good content for our readers. Part of our mission is to create compelling and original content and another part of our mission is to share the works of brilliant authors and journalists whose works we value and wish to share with our readers.
Some of our automated website services pull feeds from public RSS feed. In some cases our website posts these articles to our server for our readers. We always strive to ensure that any and all our posts taken from external sources and contributors are properly cited with name and link to website or author or the original source.
This does not supersede any copyright ownership by anyone whose articles or content we post and if you or your organization do not want your content to be a part of the RaiseTheFlag.ca website or wish to alter or modify the way we present your information or content please let us know.
We take our role as part of the alternative journalism family seriously and do not want to infringe on any rights or the desires of any content creator or organization.
We only ask you contact us and let us know if we have crossed any line and if you wish us to take action.
One thing we can say is that if your content has been posted on our website or your content has been linked to in one of our pages it is because we value your content and feel our readers would also value your content which is why we strive to cite the source and link to the original content so the authors and organizations that are a part of the alternative press can continue to push for truth, integrity and freedom.
We do so in a good-faith effort to give credit and link back to the sources of any content that is brought to our website by various means such as RSS feeds or subscriptions to newsletters. In that spirit, we will often curate or excerpt content from top quality sources on the web. While the very internet itself was created on the foundation of linking, sharing, and recommending good content from other sources on the web, we also acknowledge that material is protected by copyright and the owner of such copyrighted material has a undeniable right to not allow websites like ours to publish their work.
If you find your articles on our website and are not happy with this please contact us by email at email@example.com or phone us toll free at our voice mailboxand leave a message and email contact and we will follow up usually within 12 hours.
Our curation is designed to share and possible send our readers to your site so you get new visitors exposed to your top quality content. We curate content because it is outstanding in some way. If you wish us not to curate content from your website, simply contact us, and request your story be taken down. We will quickly comply with your take down request, and put you on our list of sites never to excerpt from.
Contact us now and we can usually remove any infringing material within 12 hours.
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How To File a DMCA Notice
If You Prefer not to send us a simple and direct email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us toll free and leaving a message at 888-991-6226 you may send an official DMCA Take Down Request.
Please provide us with the following information by email to email@example.com and we will comply with all requests immediately.
1. A physical or electronic signature (typing your full name will suffice) of the copyright owner or a person authorized to act on their behalf;
2. Identification of the copyrighted work claimed to have been infringed (e.g., a copy of or link to your original work or clear description of the materials allegedly being infringed upon);
3. Identification of the infringing material and information reasonably sufficient to permit RaiseTheFlag.ca to locate the material on our website or services (e.g., a link to the infringing post);
4. Your contact information, including your address, telephone number, and an email address;
5. A statement that you have a good-faith belief that the use of the material in the manner asserted is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and
6. A statement that the information in the notification is accurate, and, under penalty of perjury, that you are authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.