Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Protection Policy
(Updated on 9th November 2021)
The Nü Savings Group (“www.nsg.org.uk”) respects the intellectual property rights of others and we
expect our users to honor this similarly. Nsg.org.uk takes a serious stance in dealing with intellectual
property infringement claims on our website at www.nsg.org.uk (referred to as the "Site"). We also
rely on the cooperation of intellectual property rights owners.
2．Intellectual Property Right (“IPR”) Protection
Listings of counterfeits, replicas, or other unauthorized items are strictly prohibited on the Site;
Listings of offers to sell or purchase counterfeits, replicas, or other unauthorized items shall be subject to removal by nsg.org.uk.
3．Violations of IPR
Repeat violations of our IPR policy may result in a range of actions, including without limitation
to the following:
Removal of listings;
Termination of membership service agreement.
Exact enforcement actions for intellectual property right infringement claims are stated in the following links:
Please click here to check the enforcement actions for www.nsg.org.uk
Nsg.org.uk has the full discretion to take any enforcement action anytime for certain extreme/conspicuous situations, such as but not limited to where litigation has already been initiated by the intellectual property rights holders.
All intellectual property infringement claims shall be made under penalty of perjury.
Intellectual property right holders further agree to indemnify and hold www.nsg.org.uk harmless from all claims, causes of action, damages and judgments arising out of any removal of product listings pursuant to intellectual property infringement claims.
As a neutral e-commerce platform Nsg.org.uk does not adjudge conflicting intellectual property infringement claims. Any action taken by Nsg.org.uk shall not be construed as any endorsement of any intellectual property infringement claim. All conflicting intellectual property infringement claims shall be resolved by the relevant conflicting parties separately from Nsg.org.uk and the Site.
5．IP Protection Platform (“IPP Platform”), the online report system
Intellectual property right holders shall file intellectual property infringement claims via the IPP Platform (http://Nsg.org.uk/IPP/) for centralized processing.
The IPP Platform provides an efficient and transparent channel for intellectual property right holders to file intellectual property infringement claims and request takedown of allegedly infringing listings from the Site.
Three types of materials must be submitted to the IPP Platform to facilitate processing of intellectual property infringement claims, namely:
1. Proof of identity of the complaining party and relevant authorization if the complaining party is
not the intellectual property right holder;
2. Proof of intellectual property ownership;
3. Exact clickable hyperlinks to the relevant allegedly infringing listings on the Site
Nsg.org.uk will evaluate intellectual property infringement claims filed via the IPP Platform promptly. Members subject to intellectual property infringement claims will be notified of the claims and the contact information of the intellectual property right holders will be provided to the members to facilitate direct conflict resolution and claim handling.
Members subject to intellectual property infringement claims may submit counter-notifications to dispute the corresponding claims. Intellectual property right holders will be notified if and when any counter-notifications are filed and may accept or reject such counter-notifications. Nsg.org.uk reserves the right to reinstate any listing subject to intellectual property infringement claims at our discretion.
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)