Copyright, Florida State College at Jacksonville, 2023. All rights reserved.

Unless otherwise indicated, all text and artwork appearing on the World Wide Web is protected by copyright and should not be reproduced without written permission from the copyright holder. Web developers should contact the author of that Web page for permission to use specific information and/or graphics, which can be accomplished by sending an email, if there is an email link on that page or site, or by calling the author, again, if the information is available.

Information on the Web that is prohibited by law or disallowed by licenses, contracts, copyrights, or Florida State College at Jacksonville regulations may not be published. Groups or individuals are responsible for the information they publish; consequently, they should be aware of Florida State College at Jacksonville policies pertaining to confidentiality and the use of computers (see Acceptable Use Policy links below).

All departments, offices and Web publishers and developers are responsible for keeping their Web pages in compliance with copyright rules and with Florida State College at Jacksonville guidelines and policies.

For additional information, consult the following Florida State College at Jacksonville resources:

Other Resources

Copyright Complaints

The Office of General Counsel receives and responds to reports alleging copyright infringements on Florida State College at Jacksonville’s websites, in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Send any such allegations to the Office of General Counsel. The Act requires the complainant to include specific information and elements in a complaint.

Information to Include in a Complaint

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act specifies that all infringement claims must be in writing (either electronic mail or paper letter) and must include the following elements:

  1. a physical or electronic signature;
  2. identification of the infringed work;
  3. identification of the infringed material;
  4. contact information for the complainant, e.g. address, telephone number, electronic mail address;
  5. 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 or the law; and
  6. a statement that the information contained in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.