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Information regarding copyright claims.

AdKeeps - is a free tool that shortens, protects and monetizes your links legally posted online for advertising or other legitimate purposes, our search scanner scans the Internet for new, legally posted links. We are a tool for posting information, therefore we do not edit links.

We have no control over the third-party websites contained on our site. We are not a “file sharing“ or peer-to-peer or other website; and we do not in any way support or endorse the illegal copying of photos, videos or other materials. Since we do not own and edit third-party web pages, it is possible that our index may link to some photos, videos, and other materials that have been posted without permission from the copyright holder.  We rely on copyright holders to protect their own copyright interests by communicating with us.

We will immediately remove the link in response to a valid notice of alleged infringement submitted under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DCMA“). We encourage copyright holders to contact any third-party web page that has posted infringing content. A link in a website's index only points to the location of a file hosted elsewhere on the internet. Accordingly, while this website can and does remove the link from its search engine upon request, it does not, because it cannot, remove an infringing file that has been posted and hosted on the Internet by a third party over which this website has no control. We recommend that you use our search engine to identify the third party that has posted and is hosting the infringing file, and contact that third party to request removal of the file before we remove the link. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is our policy to respond immediately to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement. This page describes the information that should be present in these notifications. This procedure is designed to make sending notifications of alleged infringement to the website as simple as possible, while reducing the number of notifications we receive that are fraudulent or difficult to understand or verify.

The notification form below is consistent with the form required by United States law (an official summary of which can be found on the U.S. Copyright Office website,, but we will respond to notices of this form from other jurisdictions as well. We suggest that you consult with your legal advisor before filing a notice. In addition, keep in mind that there are penalties (including costs and attorney's fees) for false claims under the DMCA. Learn more at

Notice of Infringemenи

To file a Notice of Infringement, your Copyright Agent must provide a written notice via our webpage (a letter that includes the following information):

Address for notifying us of copyright and related rights violations: