Bigfile (www.bigfile.to) takes instances of copyright violation very seriously and is fully committed to protecting the rights of copyright owners. As outlined in the Terms of Service as well as local and international law, Bigfile users are to respect the authors rights and under no circumstances may copy, adapt, distribute, or publicly display claim original authorship without the proper authorization of the respective rights holders.
Bigfile has a Zero Tolerance Policy with copyright infringement and upon acquiring knowledge of of a copyright violation, Bigfile will take immediate action to stop and prevent further copyright infringement.
Please be reminded that any account involved in copyright violations will be terminated and no refund will be issued for the remaining term of the membership (where applicable).
If you are the copyright owner of any content that appears on the Bigfile website and you have not authorized the use of this content by another individual. You must notify Bigfile in writing for us to identify the allegedly infringing content and take sufficient action.
To file a DMCA written notice you will need to include the following information:
Or via traditional mail to:
Designated DMCA Agent:
173 Praed Street,
Alternatively, this statement can also be submitted via our our copyright infringement claim form in the “Report Abuse” menu.
Note: Any person who knowingly misrepresents information regarding copyright infringement may themselves be subjected to liability, including compensatory damages for all parties harmed by the misrepresentation.
Please allow one business day for us to respond to your notice and take the necessary actions. To ensure proper consideration of your notice, please make sure that you provide all the information outlined in the notification requirements above.
Bigfile respects the legitimate interests of copyright owners as well as its users. Users are offered an opportunity to respond to errant claims of copyright infringement and to obtain timely restoration of the allegedly infringing material if there is insufficient evidence of illegitimate use.
Users may respond to a illegitimate copyright infringement claim by submitting a counter-notification. Please note that a counter-notification must contain the following information:
The counter-notification should be submitted to Bigfile's DMCA designated support agents at the aforementioned addresses provided in the section above. Bigfile will aim to respond to a valid counter-notification within 10 - 14 business days.
The user will be able to reactivate the file-sharing function only after he / she certifies through an electronic signature option on the Bigfile website, that all copyright infringing material has been removed from the account.
Please note that repeated instances of copyright infringement will result in the permanent suspension and ban of the account as indicated in the above 'Three-Strike” rule of the Repeat Infringer Termination Policy.