Reporting infringement of your tracks

If you believe that copyright-protected work was posted on the Services without authorisation, you may submit a valid Copyright Notice, in the Prescribed Form (see below), to BandLab’s Designated Person.  Upon receipt of a valid Copyright Notice, BandLab will take reasonable steps to remove or disable access to the allegedly infringing material.

After removing or disabling access to the allegedly infringing material, BandLab will, as soon as possible, notify the person who made the allegedly infringing material available on the Services and provide the person with a copy of the relevant Copyright Notice.

If you are the person who made the allegedly infringing material available on the Services and you are notified by BandLab of the removal or disablement of access to this material, you may, within 6 weeks of being so notified, submit a valid Counter Notice, in the Prescribed Form (see below), to BandLab’s Designated Person.  Upon receipt of a valid Counter Notice, BandLab will take reasonable steps to restore the material (if it is technically and practically feasible to do so), unless the copyright owner commences court proceedings to prevent the restoration of the material and BandLab is informed of such proceedings.

BandLab’s Designated Person

All Copyright Notices must be sent to:

  • Ivan Chen
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Address:  BandLab, 12 Jalan Kilang Barat, Singapore 159354, Singapore. Attn: Copyright Team
  • Email address: support@bandlab.com

Prescribed Form of Copyright Notices and Counter Notices

A valid Copyright Notice must contain all of the following information:

  • Your full name and address;
  • If you are acting on behalf of a copyright owner or an exclusive licensee, the name and address of the copyright owner or exclusive licensee;
  • If you are not resident in Singapore, your address for service in Singapore;
  • Your telephone number and email address;
  • Information reasonably sufficient to enable BandLab to identify and locate the allegedly infringing material;
  • a statement that you require to BandLab remove/disable access to the material;
  • a statement that you, in good faith, believe that the material is an infringing copy;
  • a statement that the information in the Copyright Notice is accurate;
  • a statement that you are the copyright owner or exclusive licensee as the case may be or that he is authorised to act on behalf of such owner or exclusive licensee;
  • agreement that you submit to the jurisdiction of Singapore Courts; and
  • your signature.

A valid Counter Notice must contain all of the following information:

  • Your full name and address;
  • If you are acting on behalf of a copyright owner or an exclusive licensee, the name and address of the copyright owner or exclusive licensee;
  • If you are not resident in Singapore, your address for service in Singapore;
  • Your telephone number and email address;
  • information to enable BandLab to identify and locate the material removed or disabled;
  • a statement that of good faith belief that the material was removed/disabled as a result of mistake or misidentification of the material does not infringe copyright in any material;
  • a statement that the information in the counter-notice is accurate;
  • agreement that the complainant submits to the jurisdiction of Singapore Courts; and
  • your signature.

BandLab will only act upon receipt of a valid Copyright Notice or Counter Notice which is in the Prescribed Form.  BandLab reserves the right not to entertain any correspondence if the Copyright Notice or Counter Notice is not in the Prescribed Form.

Please note that under the Singapore Copyright Act, if you are found to have made a false statement in your Copyright Notice or Counter Notice, you will be liable in damages to any party who suffers any loss/damage as a result of that notice. In addition, if convicted, you can be fined up to S$10,000 or be sentenced to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years.

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