LeaseWeb is a trademark under which various companies operate, each of which is a separate and distinct legal entity. Each of these companies promotes a high level of responsible behavior in connection with the use of LeaseWeb services and respect the intellectual property rights of others and requires that users of LeaseWeb services do the same. The various LeaseWeb companies have therefore each adopted a stringent policy to which all respective LeaseWeb customers must adhere, and which ensures rights holders can enforce their rights effectively. The various LeaseWeb policies, including the acceptable use policies, may be found and downloaded here.
The LeaseWeb companies are not aware of every different use of their services customers, or a customer’s end users make, nor can these LeaseWeb companies verify what content is available or stored on LeaseWeb servers. If you have identified that a customer is using a LeaseWeb company’s services in violation of that company’s policies, your rights, or any applicable law, please submit an abuse notification to the appropriate LeaseWeb company. Please visit this page to find out how to submit a notification.
Each of the countries in which the respective LeaseWeb companies are located, has its own legal framework in place for processing abuse notifications. Each LeaseWeb company will process abuse notifications it receives in accordance with the requirements of the legal framework of the country in which it is established. Below you will find general information on the abuse handling processes and frameworks for each LeaseWeb company.
LeaseWeb Netherlands B.V.
LeaseWeb Netherlands B.V. is a founding member of the Dutch Notice and Takedown procedure, an agreement between the content industry, the Dutch ministry of justice and the internet industry. LeaseWeb Netherlands B.V. handles abuse notifications according to this procedure. You can download the Dutch Notice and Takedown Procedure here. As a general rule, the Dutch Notice and Takedown Procedure requires the notifier to send a notice to the content provider first. The content provider is the person, body or organization that has placed certain content on the Internet or that is responsible for the space on the Internet of which a third party is able to make use (a forum, for example). If the content provider is unknown, or if it does not respond to the abuse notification, you can then submit a notifications with LeaseWeb Netherlands B.V.
LeaseWeb USA, Inc.
LeaseWeb USA, Inc. will process all abuse notifications it receives in accordance with the requirements of the legal framework of USA, and in particular the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) for copyright infringement. You may submit an abuse notification to LeaseWeb USA, Inc., by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out this online form. For copyright infringement, you may also send the notification to LeaseWeb USA, Inc.’s copyright agent.
DMCA Copyright Agent: Jon Frankel.
Address: 1900 M Street, NW, Suite 250
Washington, DC 20036, USA.
Please visit this page to make sure your notification is in accordance with the notification requirements.
LeaseWeb CDN B.V.
LeaseWeb CDN B.V. provides a content delivery network that delivers automatic caching services for providers to improve their speed in offering content. LeaseWeb CDN B.V. only acts as a conduit, and does not itself host any information, and as such is not able to remove content. If you submit a notice in accordance with the applicable LeaseWeb CDN B.V. policies, LeaseWeb CDN will forward it to the appropriate provider. You may submit such abuse notification to LeaseWeb CDN B.V., by sending an email to email@example.com. For copyright infringement, you may also send the notification to LeaseWeb CDN B.V.’s copyright agent.
DMCA Copyright Agent: Fulco Blokhuis
Address: Leidsegracht 9
1017 NA Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH
In accordance with the rules and regulations of the Federal Telecommunication Act (TMG), LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH is not responsible for any content, files or material stored and/or published by its customers.
Should you believe that a LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH customer is infringing upon your rights or violating LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH’s acceptable use policies, please send a notice containing at least the location of such infringing content, files and/or any other material to help LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH determine whether or not such infringing content, files and/or any other material is stored and/or published by using the services of LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH. Please visit this page to make sure your notification is in accordance with the notification requirements.
Please note that LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH might have to (a) ask you for further verification that you’re the eligible copyright and/or trademark holder; and/or (b) pass on your notice to the relevant LeaseWeb Deutschland GmbH customer.