Content Removal Request
At Females.Cam, we prioritize integrity.
We never store, record or sell your videos or content. Instead, we amplify your reach, connecting you to a broader audience of paying fans. It's crucial to differentiate us from platforms that might take your photos and videos without amplifying your visibility and enhancing your earnings.
With soo many sites stealing your content, we want to provide an alterative that promotes you and promotes sign-ups and spending.
We never store your video; it’s a live stream of your performance, shared with us by your cam company with the intention of boosting your revenue. Every piece of content on SITE adheres to the terms of service (TOS) outlined by the cam services affiliated with the models. Our actions are in strict alignment with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Cam performers whose content appears on our platform, and those representing them, should be informed that according to the TOS of your cam service partnership, we are permitted to use your content to showcase and introduce you to a larger audience.
Nevertheless, if you decide to cease our promotional efforts, or if you’ve ended your camming activities, please fill out the form below, and we will take down your content.
It’s worth noting that your service provider shared promotional materials with us on your behalf. If you want to opt-out of promotions, it’s advisable to also communicate with them about not wanting to participate in promotional activities provided to their associates.
When sending your message, ensure the following details are in the main content:
- A detailed description of the copyrighted work or intellectual property you believe has been violated. Specific location(s) on the SITE where the purportedly infringing material is found, ideally with exact URL links.
- Your contact details: phone number, and email.
- A declaration stating that you genuinely believe the contested use hasn't been approved by the copyright owner, its representative, or by law.
- An affirmation by you, given under risk of perjury, confirming the information in your notice is correct and that you are either the copyright or intellectual property holder or are authorized to act for them.
Be prepared to furnish additional evidence proving you are the rightful owner of the alleged infringed material, or that you represent them.