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B.Reporting infringing product(s) * :
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(Not required to fill in this column if the infringing product is discovered on webpage)
Taiwan (address): China (address): Other region:
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Note: When uploading your evidential information file(s), please take note of the following:
  1. Upload three document and/or picture files at most with each file not exceeding 2MB.
  2. We accept only document and/or picture file(s) with extension in[GIF], [JPG], [JPEG], [DOC], [TXT], [PDF].
  3. Only one audio or video file not exceeding 20MB can be uploaded.
  4. Filename extension of the audio or video file must be one of the following:[ASF], [AVI], [MP4], [3GP], [FLV], [MPE], [MPG], [MPEG], [DAT], [RM], [RMVB], [MOV], and[WMV].
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E.Other notes and notices
  1. You are deemed to agree with the following Statement of Informant once you have filled in and sent out the form. (hereinafter referred to as the “Notice of Informant”)
    Statement of Informant:
    The informant believes out of goodwill what he/she has reported on the above is probably an infringement case without being legally authorized. He/she guarantees that all the information stated in the Notice of Informant is correct and he/she does file the report indiscriminately, and he/she is willing to provide relevant information to the Museum or any third party appointed by the Museum.
  2. To thank you for your help, the Museum will deliver one gift to your contact address if the suspicious infringing product(s) reported on the Notice of Informant is/(are) confirmed unlawful. Please confirm again that your contact address and the way to contact you are correct.
  3. All the employees of the Museum or its associate suppliers are not allowed to take part in any activity of this infringement webpage for the sake of fairness. If a participant is confirmed to be of the abovementioned identity, the gift will be revoked immediately.
  4. According to the “notes and notices” specified in the infringement webpage, the informant is deemed to agree with and accept the regulations of investigation activities once he/she submits the Notice of Informant. If the investigation activity cannot be performed due to events of force majeure, the Museum shall be entitled to cancel, terminate, revise or suspend the investigation activity and related gift. The Museum reserves the right of revise and change the investigation activity.
  5. The Museum values the rights of all informants and will protect their rights and privacy. Please read the following articles carefully to understand your own rights and the privacy principles of the Museum.

  6. (1) The Museum will never sell or lend your personal information (including the name, contact method, email and personal identifiable information protected by “Personal Information Protection Act”) to any third party in any manner.
    (2) The Museum will only provide your personal identifiable information under such circumstances as follows:
     
    A. After your consent is acquired
    B. When it is necessary to use your information for the production and maintenance of infringement investigation report to protect the cultural relics of the Museum.
    C. The Museum may amend its policies from time to time. Where there is major revision on regulations of personal information, we will post announcement on the webpage to notice you on related matters.
    (3) Statement regarding Personal Information Protection Act We hereby put up the following notices in accordance with Personal Information Protection Act. Please read them carefully.
     
    A. The units collecting personal information: the Museum and its associate suppliers.
    B. Purpose of collection: to protect the cultural relics and related intellectual property rights of the Museum.
    C. Categorization of personal identifiable information: information that may lead to the identification of a natural person (including the name, mobile phone number, contact address, email, and so on. See the specific items listed on the infringement page.)
    D. The period, region, subjects and methods of using personal identifiable information:
     
    ◎Period: It will be used until the completion of an investigation activity and its subsequent procedures.
    ◎Region: Within the country and the location where the receiver of personal identifiable information can be reached through international transmission not restricted by the central competent industrial authority.
    ◎Subjects: The necessary and related personnel of the Museum, its associate suppliers and the unit(s) performing the investigation activity.
    ◎Methods: By means of automatic machines or other non-automatic ways.
    E. According to the Personal Information Protection Act, the informant understands that he/she may exercise the following rights on the personal information he/she has provided:
     
    He/she is entitled to read his/her own personal information collected by the Museum and request the Museum for production of a copy of his/her own personal information. However, the Museum may collect the costs as necessary pursuant to laws.
    He/she may request the Museum for supplementation or correction. However, he/she shall make explanation as appropriated pursuant to laws.
    He/she may request the Museum to stop collecting, handling or using his/her own personal information and even delete it. However, the Museum may deny the request if it is necessary to perform the duties or reserve the evidence as necessary pursuant to laws.
    (4) The Museum values your personal privacy and will carefully use all items that you give us and put all strength to prevent your information from disclosure. Thank you for your understanding and support.
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