Some models have brand names and logos — what about copyrights?

3DExport Marketplaces makes it possible for vendors from many countries to provide their 3D models and other digital assets for sale to a worldwide audience. By accepting our End User License Agreement (EULA), the vendors confirm that they have all rights to the items they put on sale, so that our buyers usually needn’t worry about copyright infringement issues.

3DExport Marketplaces acts responsively according to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), so upon receiving a valid request from a copyright holder or trademark owner to remove an offending item from our store, we do just that. While the reality is such that we cannot guarantee that each and every particular 3D model doesn’t infringe DMCA (and the DMCA Safe Harbor provision doesn’t require that kind of guarantee either), we duly comply with the law as soon as we learn about such an infringement. Therefore, it’s vendors who must make sure that they have all rights to the assets they sell via our store.

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