Retrovision.tv makes use of public domain films and licensed films provided by third party providers.
Public domain films generally means:
1. Films that were published without a valid copyright notice when it was required by law and without corrective registration.
2. Foreign films that are public domain in their country of origin and not eligible for GATT restoration.
3. Films that were not renewed in the 28th year when it was required by law.
Retrovision realizes that mistakes in registration can be made and that intellectual property rights owners my want to exert other rights which may not be evident in our investigation.
You should not take the presence of public domain materials here as an authoritative evaluation of public domain status. Any re-use of these materials is at your own risk. You should do your own independent evaluation of public domain status.
If you are an intellectual property rights owner and think that Retrovision’s use of any materials is infringing please contact the webmaster firstname.lastname@example.org
Be specific about the basis of your claim and swear under penalty of perjury that you have the right to make such a claim.
If you have any third party information which leads you to believe that anyone’s rights may be being infringed, again contact the webmaster.
It is completely against the purpose of this web site to engage in copyright infringement or to use materials from other sources that are infringing.
In the case of third party materials which may be linked from Retrovision, you should follow the infringement reporting procedures of the third party vendor, as well as informing us, so that we may remove our linkage.
For more information on US copyright law visit copyright.gov
Retrovision acts in good faith to protect and respect the rights of intellectual rights holders.