Trademarks / Copyrights

We are committed to protecting Intellectual Property

Please read the following Statements Carefully.

This website is a business platform for designing and producing web pages, which can provide customers with production technology to apply to their own online websites and to sell products and services. While we believe in a key principle of free and open mind and design in the production of web pages, before "Trademarks and Copyrights" conflict, it is better to understand the following principles first, which can better lay the foundation for any future business activities of customers.

The information provided herein is for guidance purposes only and is not legal advice. Clients can ask relevant professionals, seek advice on IP law, and assist in answering specific knowledge-related questions.

Important: The company Acrox Group Corporaton Limited ( referred to as "I, We or Us" ) still has the right to restrict the client's ( referred to as "Client, Customer, You and Yours" ) from publishing or uploading infringing third party's Trademark and Copyright rights.

These Terms of Use shall be governed by the laws of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. You agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Hong Kong.

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About Intellectual Property Rights


Copyrights and Trademarks are two different types of intellectual property. Customers must protect their intellectual property and ensure that the intellectual property rights of third parties are not infringed.

About Copyrights

Copyright protects tangible original works, such as photographs on websites. Copyright laws vary from country to country, but copyright is usually enjoyed when the work is completed. In many countries or regions, it is also possible to register copyright with the copyright office of the government.

The owner of the copyright property has the exclusive right to reproduce, display, distribute, sell or perform his work, or to convert his work into a derivative work. The owner of the copyright property can control how his work is used, and other persons who want to use his work must obtain his permission. If someone uses a copyrighted work without the permission of the owner of the property, the copyright may be infringed.

About Trademarks

Trademarks protect unique signs or words that identify and distinguish their own merchants or products among other merchants or products.

Once registered, the trademark has specific protection regulations, and the trademark owner has the exclusive right to use the trademark it declares for specific goods or services. Trademark rights may be infringed if a trademark is used without permission and causes the relevant consumers to confuse and misidentify their brand, goods or services.

Copyright Policy

If a customer receives express notice of copyright infringement filed in compliance with the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the customer will take immediate action to respond.

Important: We expect all customers to follow applicable copyright laws when creating your web pages through us. However, if a customer receives a formal notification of copyright infringement, we may respond to such notices in accordance with the Company's policy, including removing or disabling access to the infringing work and/or terminating the customer's account.

Trademark Policy

If the client receives a clear notice of alleged trademark infringement, it will take immediate action to respond to it.

Important: We expect all clients to follow applicable trademark rights laws when producing your web pages through us. However, if the Client receives formal notice of infringement by the Trademark Owner, we may respond to such notices in accordance with the Company's policy, including removing or disabling access to the infringing work and/or terminating the Client's account.

Source Policy

All sources of images, trademarks, text, animations, app plug-ins or other content necessary for production provided by the Customer for the Website must be recognized by the copyright regulations of that place and do not infringe the copyright of any other person or third party.

Any Questions ?

If you have any enquiries about the above, you are welcome to contact us by email.

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