CricTelegraph asserts that the images that the organization uses on its website and social media handles are available at various sources on the Internet/ cyber space. The images used are considered to be open source for use of representation purpose and can be (allows)/ utilized by parties willing to do so. The website also picks up images and content shared by individuals on micro-blogging website. Incase you happen to have the exclusivity or hold the sole rights of any image or material appearing on our website, kindly bring it to the company’s notice and notify us regarding the same.

Though breach/ violation of any sort of copy right or right of ownership is avoided but even if any individual or a firm has any complains of CricTelegraph using their owned or copy righted material being used in an unauthorized way (without suitable credits), the individual can send us a written complaint/ notice/ request to withdraw the image/ content or others, Please specify on [email protected]

The complaint/ notice/ request raised by the individual must contain:

1) Name, along with other necessary valid details of the complainant attached with a document substantiating the proper proof of sole right ownership of the image, content or others concerned.

2) The precise placement of the content on the website where the aggrieved party initially identified it. There must be a visual proof of it or the URL link of the page.

3) Distinct and specific details of the image, content and other.

4) The filing should have the declaration addressed to CricTelegraph of being the rightful owner of the work used inappropriately by the company. (which will be used against if ever the complaint is found to be fraudulent/misleading/defamatory by the company)

5) In case you are a second individual/ party writing at the behest of (on behalf of) the original copy right holder, please ensure attaching a letter of authority along with the physically or electronically signed declaration by the first party or the original copy right holder.

In case the above mentioned details are wrongly/ incompletely/ inappropriately filled and sent to CricTelegraph, the request might not be considered/ scanned/ reviewed by the company.

If any individual or company is trying to sue/ appeal/ wrongfully frame CricTelegraph in a baseless case, this might result in a suit being filed from the organization’s (CricTelegraph) end.

It is worth noting that once a fully valid, verified complaint/ notice/ request is received by

CricTelegraph, the company is bound to revert to the aggrieved party in writing (on the email id used for putting up the complaint/ notice/ request) acknowledging the reception of the same. In addition to the acknowledgement, the company will specify a requested duration during which the said issue will be duly and rightfully addressed.

Considering the above mentioned clauses as the underlining principles that account for as a part of the founding policy of the CricTelegraph, the company never tries to intentionally hold right over anything which is owned by any party other than CricTelegraph or its Associates.