1. MOCA Taipei will remove the webpage content claimed to cause the copyright
infringement as soon as possible after receiving your notice, and will inform the
user about the infringement via email. If the said user objects to said
infringement, MOCA Taipei can provide your name, email or phone number to said user
so that direct communication can be achieved to resolve the dispute.
only allowed to provide a user’s personally identifiable information to a third
party by the request of the law or a governmental agency unless said user agrees or
for the purpose of providing a service. Therefore, when you file a report, MOCA
Taipei will only remove the contents causing the copyright infringement, and will
not provide you any personally identifiable information of said user. If you wish to
obtain the user’s information, a legal proceeding must be filed at the District
Prosecutor’s Office or the Criminal Investigation Bureau, who will issue an official
letter to MOCA Taipei requesting the user’s information. In the case, MOCA Taipei
will comply accordingly.