Brownbook.net Business Listing Policy
Public Business Listing Information
Brownbook.net is an online service provider. Our service allows users to self-publish publicly available information about businesses, including but not limited to business names, contact details, and the nature of their business. We do not monitor, screen or otherwise review the information that is published to our servers. We take issues concerning legality of data very seriously and provide this Policy and Procedure for dealing with possible breaches.
Corrections and updates
Brownbook.net provides tools that allow anyone to update and correct business listings. If you wish to make an update you can do this instantly and at no cost by using the tools that are provided in the website.
Private Information and Intellectual Property
The Brownbook.net service does not permit users to publish unauthorized confidential information about the businesses listed, nor does it allow users to use Trademarks except in the correct context to refer to the business that owns the trademark.
If you believe that confidential information about you or your business has been published without proper authorization, or if you believe that an inappropriate use of your trademark has occurred, you may notify us using the following Procedure so that we may take the appropriate action.
Procedure for Notification and Action
We take issues concerning illegal content very seriously and will protect the rights of business owners and consumer users. If you are a business owner and you have legal grounds to object to a business listing you can notify us in writing in order for us to identify the content and take action. The following Procedure is provided for this purpose.
1. A notification must be made in writing, by email or by post, to the address listed below. Your written notice must include the following:
a) A physical or electronic signature of the business owner or person authorized to act on behalf of the owner.
b) Specific description of the nature of the complaint, the allegation that is being made and what remedy is being sought.
c) Specific identification of the location and description of the content with enough detailed information to permit Brownbook.net to locate the content. You must include the specific URL or URLs of the Brownbook web pages where the content is located.
d) Information reasonably sufficient to allow Brownbook.net to contact the notifying party (i.e. you) which may include a name, address, telephone number and email address at which the notifying party may be contacted.
e) A statement that the notifying party has a good faith belief that the content is illegal, and the reasons why.
f) A statement that the information in the notification is accurate and that the notifying party is authorized to act on behalf of the business owner.
2. Brownbook Limited will examine the notification for breach of our Policy, and will take one of two actions:
a) In the event that the content is found to be in breach of this Policy Brownbook Limited will remove (or affect removal of) or modify the offending content to comply with this Policy and notify the submitter of our action
b) In the event that the content is found to be in compliance with this Policy Brownbook Limited will notify the submitter of our finding
Addresses for notifications:
The Policy Officer
London Road, Sayers Common
West Sussex, BN6 9HS
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