Nextcom Copyright Policy

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (Public Law 105-304)
Corporate Policy and Procedures for Compliance

In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act,* Nextcom has adopted the following policy toward copyright infringements:

All rights reserved. No reproduction of any kind will be tolerated. This policy shall cover all aspects of Nextcom.

Procedure for Reporting Copyright Infringements: 
Submit a formal Notice of Copyright Infringement containing the following information:

  • Identification of what is being infringed

  • Where the infringements are located

  • Who is complaining

  • How he or she may be contacted

  • A statement of good faith belief that the material is infringing

  • A statement made under threat of perjury that the information provided is accurate and the complaint is authorized by the copyright holder

Send the Notice of Copyright Infringement to:

Webmaster of Nextcom
1022 S. La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90035
Tel No. (310) 360-1000
Fax No.(310) 360-5000
Or via email to:

Once this information is received, the following action will be taken:

  • The infringing material or site will be blocked.

  • The infringing user will then be immediately notified of the situation.

  • In the case of first-time offenders, the infringing material will be removed.

  • To the extent possible, repeat offenders will be removed permanently from the system.

The user may supply a counter notice which must include the following:

  • A statement that the user has a good faith belief that the removal was a result of a misidentification on our part

  • A complete listing of the user’s contact information

  • A consent to jurisdiction in Federal Court

If this counter notice is received by Nextcom, a copy of the counter notice will be sent to the original complaining party.

*Digital Millennium Copyright Act can be viewed at — to view this file, simply download the Adobe Acrobat Reader.