Read this section carefully.
Invalid requests will be rejected
Copyright laws differ by country:
This website is hosted in Switzerland
(as hinted by the .ch domain and the swiss IP address serving the site).
What violates copyright in one country might not violate copyright in another country.
Make sure the claim is valid:
The design of this game encourages certain behavior and has only four starting points.
This in combination with the fact that a large part of this game is optimization,
it's likely that many different people use a very similar building style and occupy the same locations.
"I invented ... first" is not a valid claim unless you can show a swiss patent application for it.
Use this form only:
Any other means of contacting us for satisfactory map related claims will be ignored.
Required basic information:
State your real name and address.
Include in the message the Swiss laws being violated and the map id.
The id is the string that looks like this:
Note: Do not submit multiple Ids in a single request.
Please make multiple requeasts instead because this is easer for us to keep track.
Original map file:
Include a reference ("link") of the map, ideally of the location where it appeared for the first time.
This doesn't necessarily has to be the location where the user obtained this copy of the map.
The reference can either point to the file ("direct download") or to a website that provides a direct link.
If the reference is a video file of the map,
we will (at most) only check against the parts shown in the video file.
We will take publication timestamps into account only if the source is unlikely to do timestamp manipulations.
If a reference can't be obtained or the referenced file has become unobtainable,
please create an account if you haven't yet and upload a copy of the map.
Be sure to set the "private" flag. You can then reference your map id.
This will also make future claims easier for you.
We will contact the uploader of the map on your behalf.
The uploader can handle this in one of five possible ways:
We do not consider any of the possibilities as admission of guilt from any party
unless we see repeated offenses
Delete the map:
We consider the claim resolved at that point.
Note that we do not continuously but only periodically check this.
This automatically resolves the claim.
You will be notified by us in that case.
Ignore the claim:
We will remove the map from all public listings.
If the user continues to ignore repeated attempts to contact him,
we will delete the map completely.
Change the map enough so it's considered a "derivative work":
We consider the claim resolved in that case.
The uploader has to contact us for a re-check on the map after changes were applied.
We only accept the changes if large parts of the user built structures on the map were changed.
Counter the claim within a reasonable time:
If the user decides to counter the claim, we will check the map manually.
In case of doubt
Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat .
Contact you directly via disclosed E-mail or your provided address:
Both parties (you and the uploader) have to contact us after.
If none contacts us within 7 days we consider the claim resolved.
If both contact us and confirm the claim was resolved, we consider the claim resolved.
If only one party contacts us or if the claim could not be resolved, we will check manually
(see previous point on how this works)
We believe in transparency.
We reserve the right to publish
of all valid requests (regardless of outcome)
as well as all associated communication with that request.
Use the form below to contact us if you have any questions
Copyright © 2019 by Kevin Gut 📧 | More services | Generated for 188.8.131.52