How do Copyright Owners Notify ACT of Potential Infringing Uses of Copyrighted Works?

If you are a trademark or copyright owner and you believe that your rights have been violated in any way, please complete and submit a signed copy of the form below, and send to our designated agent:

DMCA Complaints
ACT Education Corp.
500 ACT Dr.
Iowa City, Iowa 52243


ACT agent information is provided pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. § 512(c)(2).

Upon receipt of a fully completed and signed notification form, we will disable access to the allegedly infringing materials and will promptly notify the individual who posted the materials that access has been disabled as is our obligation under the Copyright Act. If your notification is unsigned or is not on our form and does not contain the authorization language of our form, we will work with you to obtain a properly executed notification. If any of the other information is missing form your notification, however, we will not be able to respond to your request.

What Can You Do if ACT Takes Down Content for Copyright Infringement?

If we have taken down content you were using via an ACT product or Service, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, at 17 U.S.C. § 512(g)(2), and any other applicable laws may permit you to provide us with counter-notification that the materials were removed or disabled as a result of a mistake or misidentification of the materials. Send your counter-notification to the address listed above. This counter-notification must:

  • Be signed.
  • Include your name, address and telephone number.
  • Include a statement that you are making the counter-notification under penalty of perjury.

If we receive a valid counter-notification and decide to restore access to the content in question, we will send you a notice that we will restore access to the materials within 10 business days. We will restore access between 10 and 14 days after receiving a counter-notification unless the copyright holder informs us that they have filed an action seeking a court order to restrain you from engaging in infringing activity using an ACT product or service. If we decide not to restore access to the materials, you will not receive any further notification.