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SoundAdviceUK membership agreement and acceptable use policy

This SoundAdviceUK Website agreement and acceptable use policy (the "Agreement") provides important information about your SoundAdviceUK website membership, so you should take the time to read and understand it. You may review, save or print any part of this Agreement. We encourage you to print out a copy of this entire document and refer to it as you use the SoundAdviceUK website. As used herein, "SoundAdviceUK" means and refers to SoundAdviceUK, 80B Mildmay Grove South, Islington, London N1 4PJ, United Kingdom.

IMPORTANT: IF YOU CHOOSE TO ACCEPT THIS AGREEMENT, YOU MUST DO SO AS IT IS PRESENTED TO YOU. NO CHANGES (ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS) WILL BE ACCEPTED BY SoundAdviceUK.

SoundAdviceUK may change, add or remove any part of this Agreement, or any part of the SoundAdviceUK Website services and features, including price, at any time. If it does so, SoundAdviceUK will post such changes on the SoundAdviceUK site.

IF ANY FUTURE CHANGES ARE UNACCEPTABLE TO YOU, YOU SHOULD DISCONTINUE USING THE SoundAdviceUK WEBSITE. YOUR CONTINUED USE OF THE SOUNDADVICEUK WEBSITE NOW, OR FOLLOWING THE POSTING OF NOTICE OF ANY SUCH CHANGES, WILL INDICATE YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND OF ANY SUCH CHANGES.

Using the SoundAdviceUK website

To use a SoundAdviceUK account, you must be a registered SoundAdviceUK User.

This Agreement is a legal document that sets forth your rights and obligations as a SoundAdviceUK website user. You cannot use the SoundAdviceUK website until you have accepted the terms of this Agreement, and you must abide by the terms of this Agreement in order to have the right to use the SoundAdviceUK Website.

When you accept this Agreement and complete the SoundAdviceUK website registration process, you become the account holder. As a SoundAdviceUK website account holder, SoundAdviceUK provides you with a limited, non-exclusive license for no more than the term of your membership to use the member name and password provided to you for your account. Your member name, when confirmed by SoundAdviceUK, is your online identity. Do not reveal your password to other users. Your account is at risk if you let someone use it inappropriately.

As used in this Agreement, "Content" means the text, communications, images, sounds, and all other information and materials you encounter or generate through your account or on-line through the Internet.

Availability of the service

While SoundAdviceUK makes reasonable efforts to ensure that the SoundAdviceUK website is available at all times, SoundAdviceUK does not guarantee, represent or warrant that SoundAdviceUK website services will be uninterrupted or error-free, and SoundAdviceUK does not guarantee that users will be able to access or use all the SoundAdviceUK website features at all times.

SoundAdviceUK may change, suspend or discontinue any (or all) aspects of the SoundAdviceUK website services at any time, including the availability of any SoundAdviceUK feature. SoundAdviceUK may also impose limits on the use of or access to certain features or portions of the SoundAdviceUK website, or restrict your access to any part or all of the SoundAdviceUK website, in all cases without notice or liability.

SoundAdviceUK also does not guarantee or warrant that any Content you may have in your account at SoundAdviceUK will not be subject to inadvertent damage, corruption or destruction. You are responsible for backing up, on your own computer, any important documents, images or other Content. Unless otherwise expressly provided in the terms of any service or feature offered in SoundAdviceUK, SoundAdviceUK will not be responsible for any archiving or backup of any such information. If any data, messages, images or other Content in your account and stored on the SoundAdviceUK system is damaged, lost or corrupted in any way, SoundAdviceUK will have no obligation or liability to you for any particular SoundAdviceUK feature or service.

Acceptable use policy guidelines

SoundAdviceUK encourages SoundAdviceUK users to participate in the on-line world to express their views and to benefit from the interactive experience. However, it is important to remember that there are rules and standards that you must abide by when you use the SoundAdviceUK website. These rules and standards are described in this Agreement. As a SoundAdviceUK user, you agree to comply with this Agreement, and you acknowledge that SoundAdviceUK has the right to enforce this Agreement in its sole discretion. This means that if you, or anyone using your SoundAdviceUK account (including anyone using any sub-account you may establish under your main account), violate the terms of this Agreement, SoundAdviceUK may take any and all appropriate actions - this can range from the issuance of a warning about a violation to the termination of your access privileges for SoundAdviceUK to legal action - as SoundAdviceUK deems necessary or appropriate. SoundAdviceUK is not required to provide notice prior to terminating your SoundAdviceUK website access for violating these rules and standards, but it may choose to do so.

You are solely responsible for your conduct, and the conduct of anyone using your account or any sub-accounts, while using the SoundAdviceUK website, including the contents of all email messages generated or forwarded, and all Content in any folders, home pages or other transmissions, information, images or other interactions generated, transmitted or maintained on or through your SoundAdviceUK account or any sub-account. SoundAdviceUK will not be responsible or liable in any way for any such on-line distribution or publication. SoundAdviceUK cannot and will not review every message or other content which may be generated or posted on or through your account (although SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to monitor members' use of the SoundAdviceUK website - see "Investigations", below), and SoundAdviceUK will not be responsible for anything in any of those messages or Content.

A member's use of the SoundAdviceUK website should conform to the requirements of the law, respect for the rights of other users of the SoundAdviceUK website and third parties, and current standards for communicating on-line. By your use of the SoundAdviceUK website, you agree to use appropriate conduct and language when you are online - this includes (but is not limited to) following the rules of any ISP, any other on-line services, this Agreement and all applicable laws.

SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to terminate your access to the SoundAdviceUK website at any time, with cause or without cause, in the event of any breach of this Agreement by you (or anyone using your account or any sub-account), your infringement of SoundAdviceUK's or others' intellectual property, or any other circumstances which, in SoundAdviceUK's sole discretion, merit termination. Any such termination may, if SoundAdviceUK elects (and subject to applicable law), be without any refund to you of any prepaid fees or amounts.

Inappropriate conduct falls into a number of categories. The more commonly understood categories are discussed below, although this list is not exclusive.

Illegal, tortious and prohibited conduct

The SoundAdviceUK website may be used only for lawful and proper purposes. The laws and rules that apply in the off-line world must be obeyed on-line as well. Posting, transmitting, promoting, using, distributing or storing Content that could subject SoundAdviceUK to any legal liability, whether in tort or otherwise, or that is in violation of any applicable law or regulation, or otherwise contrary to commonly accepted community standards, is prohibited, including information and material protected by copyright, trademark, trade secret, nondisclosure or confidentiality agreements, or other intellectual property rights, and material that is obscene, defamatory, constitutes a threat, or violates export control laws. If SoundAdviceUK elects to terminate your right to use the SoundAdviceUK website as a result of any illegal or prohibited conduct, SoundAdviceUK may elect, in its sole discretion (subject to applicable law), not to refund any prepaid fees or other amounts to you.

Examples of prohibited conduct are:

* Posting obscene Content (including child pornography)
* Planning illegal activity, such as building a bomb or counterfeiting money
* Advertising a lottery, ammunition, firearms, tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs and drug-related paraphernalia
* Pretending to be anyone you are not - you may not impersonate or misrepresent yourself as another person (including celebrities), another SoundAdviceUK user, an SoundAdviceUK employee, or a civic or government leader; SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to reject or block any SoundAdviceUK user name which could be deemed to be an impersonation or misrepresentation of your identity, or a misappropriation of another person's name or identity
* Using false statements to get, or to attempt to get, account information or other private information from other SoundAdviceUK or Internet users
* Engaging in copyright infringement or other intellectual property infringement, or disclosing trade secret or confidential information in violation of a confidentiality or nondisclosure agreement
* If you believe that illegal, tortious or other prohibited Content is being transmitted through any SoundAdviceUK service, you may report it by emailing an SoundAdviceUK employee.

SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to cooperate with law enforcement authorities, including complying with warrants, court orders and subpoenas. In addition, SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to comply with any civil court orders and/or subpoenas. If SoundAdviceUK decides to investigate or resolve possible misuse involving you or anything you do on the SoundAdviceUK website, SoundAdviceUK is entitled, except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, to disclose any information about you in SoundAdviceUK's possession in connection with your use of the SoundAdviceUK website and anything you do with SoundAdviceUK to law enforcement or other government officials, as SoundAdviceUK in its sole discretion believes to be necessary or appropriate. By your acceptance of this Agreement and your use of the SoundAdviceUK website, you authorize SoundAdviceUK to take any such actions.


Objectionable conduct and content

It is essential that all Content on the SoundAdviceUK website reflect the provisions of this Agreement. SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to remove Content if SoundAdviceUK becomes aware of any Content in any SoundAdviceUK area which, in SoundAdviceUK's judgment, does not conform to this Agreement. SoundAdviceUK may send you a warning about the violation of this Agreement if your SoundAdviceUK account was responsible for putting objectionable Content on-line, but we reserve the right not to do so. At all times, SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to terminate, with or without notice, the accounts of SoundAdviceUK users who violate this Agreement.

Examples of objectionable conduct and Content that violate the SoundAdviceUK acceptable use policy are:

* Harassing, threatening, or embarrassing another SoundAdviceUK or Internet user, including unsolicited commercial communications

* Stalking another SoundAdviceUK or Internet user ("cyberstalking")

* Transmitting, storing or facilitating distribution of Content that is harmful, abusive, violent, racially or ethnically offensive, lewd, vulgar or (in a reasonable person's view) objectionable

* If you are an adult, requesting personal or other information from a minor (any person under the age of 18 or such other age as local law defines as a minor) who is not personally known to you, including but not limited to any of the following: full name or last name, home address, zip/postal code, telephone number, picture, or the names of the minor's school, church, athletic team or friends

* Posting Content that defames, abuses or threatens physical harm to others or yourself

Please remember that these are only guidelines; there are always "gray areas." Ask yourself if your communication is something that you would say in a room full of people you never met, or in the workplace. However, SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to make the final determination about whether Content is objectionable or not.

If you encounter something you find inappropriate, you may report it by emailing a SoundAdviceUK member of staff.


Copyright and intellectual property infringement

Much of the Content available through the SoundAdviceUK website is owned by others, and is protected by copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity and other intellectual property rights. Before you upload or download any Content while using the SoundAdviceUK website, make sure you have been given the legal right to do so by the owner of the content.

* You must not copy, transmit, modify, distribute, show in public or in private, or create any derivative works from any of the Content you find through the SoundAdviceUK website, unless you have the legal right to do so.

Making unauthorized copies of any Content can lead to the termination of your SoundAdviceUK access (without any refund of any prepaid fees or other amounts, subject to applicable law) and may even subject you to legal action. In addition, the owner of the Content may take criminal or civil action against you. If a Content owner takes legal action against SoundAdviceUK because of your unauthorized use of Content, you agree (to the extent permitted by applicable law) to hold harmless and indemnify SoundAdviceUK, its subsidiaries, affiliates, related companies, employees, officers, directors, agents and suppliers against any liability, claims, or demands, including the costs of SoundAdviceUK hiring attorneys to defend against the action.

By submitting or posting Content on areas of the SoundAdviceUK website accessible by the public, you are representing that you are the owner of such material or have authorization to distribute it. You hereby grant SoundAdviceUK a worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license to reproduce, modify, adapt and publish any such public area Content solely for the purpose of displaying, distributing and promoting the area on which such Content is posted. Said license will be in effect only as long as you are a SoundAdviceUK account holder, and will terminate upon removal of such Content from the public area or when you are no longer a SoundAdviceUK member or user, whichever happens first.

If you believe that any Content in which you claim copyright has been infringed by anyone using the SoundAdviceUK website, please contact SoundAdviceUK, and provide the following information, as required by the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. 512):

* A physical or electronic signature of a person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed;
* Identification of the copyright work claimed to have been infringed, or (if multiple copyrighted works at a single on-line site are covered by a single notification) a representative list of such works at that site;
* Identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity and that is to be removed or access to which is to be disabled, and information reasonably sufficient to permit SoundAdviceUK to locate the material;
* Information reasonably sufficient to permit SoundAdviceUK to contact the complaining party; * A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and
* A statement that the information in the notice is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.

SoundAdviceUK membership agreement and acceptable use policy

 

This SoundAdviceUK Website agreement and acceptable use policy (the "Agreement") provides important information about your SoundAdviceUK website membership, so you should take the time to read and understand it. You may review, save or print any part of this Agreement. We encourage you to print out a copy of this entire document and refer to it as you use the SoundAdviceUK website. As used herein, "SoundAdviceUK" means and refers to SoundAdviceUK, 80B Mildmay Grove South, Islington, London N1 4PJ, United Kingdom.

IMPORTANT: IF YOU CHOOSE TO ACCEPT THIS AGREEMENT, YOU MUST DO SO AS IT IS PRESENTED TO YOU. NO CHANGES (ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS) WILL BE ACCEPTED BY SoundAdviceUK.

SoundAdviceUK may change, add or remove any part of this Agreement, or any part of the SoundAdviceUK Website services and features, including price, at any time. If it does so, SoundAdviceUK will post such changes on the SoundAdviceUK site.

IF ANY FUTURE CHANGES ARE UNACCEPTABLE TO YOU, YOU SHOULD DISCONTINUE USING THE SoundAdviceUK WEBSITE. YOUR CONTINUED USE OF THE SOUNDADVICEUK WEBSITE NOW, OR FOLLOWING THE POSTING OF NOTICE OF ANY SUCH CHANGES, WILL INDICATE YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND OF ANY SUCH CHANGES.

Using the SoundAdviceUK website

To use a SoundAdviceUK account, you must be a registered SoundAdviceUK User.

This Agreement is a legal document that sets forth your rights and obligations as a SoundAdviceUK website user. You cannot use the SoundAdviceUK website until you have accepted the terms of this Agreement, and you must abide by the terms of this Agreement in order to have the right to use the SoundAdviceUK Website.

When you accept this Agreement and complete the SoundAdviceUK website registration process, you become the account holder. As a SoundAdviceUK website account holder, SoundAdviceUK provides you with a limited, non-exclusive license for no more than the term of your membership to use the member name and password provided to you for your account. Your member name, when confirmed by SoundAdviceUK, is your online identity. Do not reveal your password to other users. Your account is at risk if you let someone use it inappropriately.

As used in this Agreement, "Content" means the text, communications, images, sounds, and all other information and materials you encounter or generate through your account or on-line through the Internet.

Availability of the service

While SoundAdviceUK makes reasonable efforts to ensure that the SoundAdviceUK website is available at all times, SoundAdviceUK does not guarantee, represent or warrant that SoundAdviceUK website services will be uninterrupted or error-free, and SoundAdviceUK does not guarantee that users will be able to access or use all the SoundAdviceUK website features at all times.

SoundAdviceUK may change, suspend or discontinue any (or all) aspects of the SoundAdviceUK website services at any time, including the availability of any SoundAdviceUK feature. SoundAdviceUK may also impose limits on the use of or access to certain features or portions of the SoundAdviceUK website, or restrict your access to any part or all of the SoundAdviceUK website, in all cases without notice or liability.

SoundAdviceUK also does not guarantee or warrant that any Content you may have in your account at SoundAdviceUK will not be subject to inadvertent damage, corruption or destruction. You are responsible for backing up, on your own computer, any important documents, images or other Content. Unless otherwise expressly provided in the terms of any service or feature offered in SoundAdviceUK, SoundAdviceUK will not be responsible for any archiving or backup of any such information. If any data, messages, images or other Content in your account and stored on the SoundAdviceUK system is damaged, lost or corrupted in any way, SoundAdviceUK will have no obligation or liability to you for any particular SoundAdviceUK feature or service.

Acceptable use policy guidelines

SoundAdviceUK encourages SoundAdviceUK users to participate in the on-line world to express their views and to benefit from the interactive experience. However, it is important to remember that there are rules and standards that you must abide by when you use the SoundAdviceUK website. These rules and standards are described in this Agreement. As a SoundAdviceUK user, you agree to comply with this Agreement, and you acknowledge that SoundAdviceUK has the right to enforce this Agreement in its sole discretion. This means that if you, or anyone using your SoundAdviceUK account (including anyone using any sub-account you may establish under your main account), violate the terms of this Agreement, SoundAdviceUK may take any and all appropriate actions - this can range from the issuance of a warning about a violation to the termination of your access privileges for SoundAdviceUK to legal action - as SoundAdviceUK deems necessary or appropriate. SoundAdviceUK is not required to provide notice prior to terminating your SoundAdviceUK website access for violating these rules and standards, but it may choose to do so.

You are solely responsible for your conduct, and the conduct of anyone using your account or any sub-accounts, while using the SoundAdviceUK website, including the contents of all email messages generated or forwarded, and all Content in any folders, home pages or other transmissions, information, images or other interactions generated, transmitted or maintained on or through your SoundAdviceUK account or any sub-account. SoundAdviceUK will not be responsible or liable in any way for any such on-line distribution or publication. SoundAdviceUK cannot and will not review every message or other content which may be generated or posted on or through your account (although SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to monitor members' use of the SoundAdviceUK website - see "Investigations", below), and SoundAdviceUK will not be responsible for anything in any of those messages or Content.

A member's use of the SoundAdviceUK website should conform to the requirements of the law, respect for the rights of other users of the SoundAdviceUK website and third parties, and current standards for communicating on-line. By your use of the SoundAdviceUK website, you agree to use appropriate conduct and language when you are online - this includes (but is not limited to) following the rules of any ISP, any other on-line services, this Agreement and all applicable laws.

SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to terminate your access to the SoundAdviceUK website at any time, with cause or without cause, in the event of any breach of this Agreement by you (or anyone using your account or any sub-account), your infringement of SoundAdviceUK's or others' intellectual property, or any other circumstances which, in SoundAdviceUK's sole discretion, merit termination. Any such termination may, if SoundAdviceUK elects (and subject to applicable law), be without any refund to you of any prepaid fees or amounts.

Inappropriate conduct falls into a number of categories. The more commonly understood categories are discussed below, although this list is not exclusive.

Illegal, tortious and prohibited conduct

The SoundAdviceUK website may be used only for lawful and proper purposes. The laws and rules that apply in the off-line world must be obeyed on-line as well. Posting, transmitting, promoting, using, distributing or storing Content that could subject SoundAdviceUK to any legal liability, whether in tort or otherwise, or that is in violation of any applicable law or regulation, or otherwise contrary to commonly accepted community standards, is prohibited, including information and material protected by copyright, trademark, trade secret, nondisclosure or confidentiality agreements, or other intellectual property rights, and material that is obscene, defamatory, constitutes a threat, or violates export control laws. If SoundAdviceUK elects to terminate your right to use the SoundAdviceUK website as a result of any illegal or prohibited conduct, SoundAdviceUK may elect, in its sole discretion (subject to applicable law), not to refund any prepaid fees or other amounts to you.

Examples of prohibited conduct are:

* Posting obscene Content (including child pornography)

* Planning illegal activity, such as building a bomb or counterfeiting money

* Advertising a lottery, ammunition, firearms, tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs and drug-related paraphernalia

* Pretending to be anyone you are not - you may not impersonate or misrepresent yourself as another person (including celebrities), another SoundAdviceUK user, an SoundAdviceUK employee, or a civic or government leader; SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to reject or block any SoundAdviceUK user name which could be deemed to be an impersonation or misrepresentation of your identity, or a misappropriation of another person's name or identity

* Using false statements to get, or to attempt to get, account information or other private information from other SoundAdviceUK or Internet users

* Engaging in copyright infringement or other intellectual property infringement, or disclosing trade secret or confidential information in violation of a confidentiality or nondisclosure agreement

* If you believe that illegal, tortious or other prohibited Content is being transmitted through any SoundAdviceUK service, you may report it by emailing an SoundAdviceUK employee.

SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to cooperate with law enforcement authorities, including complying with warrants, court orders and subpoenas. In addition, SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to comply with any civil court orders and/or subpoenas. If SoundAdviceUK decides to investigate or resolve possible misuse involving you or anything you do on the SoundAdviceUK website, SoundAdviceUK is entitled, except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, to disclose any information about you in SoundAdviceUK's possession in connection with your use of the SoundAdviceUK website and anything you do with SoundAdviceUK to law enforcement or other government officials, as SoundAdviceUK in its sole discretion believes to be necessary or appropriate. By your acceptance of this Agreement and your use of the SoundAdviceUK website, you authorize SoundAdviceUK to take any such actions.

Objectionable conduct and content

It is essential that all Content on the SoundAdviceUK website reflect the provisions of this Agreement. SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to remove Content if SoundAdviceUK becomes aware of any Content in any SoundAdviceUK area which, in SoundAdviceUK's judgment, does not conform to this Agreement. SoundAdviceUK may send you a warning about the violation of this Agreement if your SoundAdviceUK account was responsible for putting objectionable Content on-line, but we reserve the right not to do so. At all times, SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to terminate, with or without notice, the accounts of SoundAdviceUK users who violate this Agreement.

Examples of objectionable conduct and Content that violate the SoundAdviceUK acceptable use policy are:

* Harassing, threatening, or embarrassing another SoundAdviceUK or Internet user, including unsolicited commercial communications
* Stalking another SoundAdviceUK or Internet user ("cyberstalking")
* Transmitting, storing or facilitating distribution of Content that is harmful, abusive, violent, racially or ethnically offensive, lewd, vulgar or (in a reasonable person's view) objectionable
* If you are an adult, requesting personal or other information from a minor (any person under the age of 18 or such other age as local law defines as a minor) who is not personally known to you, including but not limited to any of the following: full name or last name, home address, zip/postal code, telephone number, picture, or the names of the minor's school, church, athletic team or friends
* Posting Content that defames, abuses or threatens physical harm to others or yourself

Please remember that these are only guidelines; there are always "gray areas." Ask yourself if your communication is something that you would say in a room full of people you never met, or in the workplace. However, SoundAdviceUK reserves the right to make the final determination about whether Content is objectionable or not.

If you encounter something you find inappropriate, you may report it by emailing a SoundAdviceUK member of staff.

Copyright and intellectual property infringement

Much of the Content available through the SoundAdviceUK website is owned by others, and is protected by copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity and other intellectual property rights. Before you upload or download any Content while using the SoundAdviceUK website, make sure you have been given the legal right to do so by the owner of the content.

* You must not copy, transmit, modify, distribute, show in public or in private, or create any derivative works from any of the Content you find through the SoundAdviceUK website, unless you have the legal right to do so.

Making unauthorized copies of any Content can lead to the termination of your SoundAdviceUK access (without any refund of any prepaid fees or other amounts, subject to applicable law) and may even subject you to legal action. In addition, the owner of the Content may take criminal or civil action against you. If a Content owner takes legal action against SoundAdviceUK because of your unauthorized use of Content, you agree (to the extent permitted by applicable law) to hold harmless and indemnify SoundAdviceUK, its subsidiaries, affiliates, related companies, employees, officers, directors, agents and suppliers against any liability, claims, or demands, including the costs of SoundAdviceUK hiring attorneys to defend against the action.

By submitting or posting Content on areas of the SoundAdviceUK website accessible by the public, you are representing that you are the owner of such material or have authorization to distribute it. You hereby grant SoundAdviceUK a worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license to reproduce, modify, adapt and publish any such public area Content solely for the purpose of displaying, distributing and promoting the area on which such Content is posted. Said license will be in effect only as long as you are a SoundAdviceUK account holder, and will terminate upon removal of such Content from the public area or when you are no longer a SoundAdviceUK member or user, whichever happens first.

If you believe that any Content in which you claim copyright has been infringed by anyone using the SoundAdviceUK website, please contact SoundAdviceUK, and provide the following information, as required by the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. 512):

* A physical or electronic signature of a person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed;

* Identification of the copyright work claimed to have been infringed, or (if multiple copyrighted works at a single on-line site are covered by a single notification) a representative list of such works at that site;

* Identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity and that is to be removed or access to which is to be disabled, and information reasonably sufficient to permit SoundAdviceUK to locate the material;

* Information reasonably sufficient to permit SoundAdviceUK to contact the complaining party; * A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and

* A statement that the information in the notice is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.