"We" means FUTURE SCULPTOR PTY LTD, the developer of the application MAESTRO.
"Ticket" means Maestro Concert Tickets, used within the application.
We collect, store and use the sign up information as to provide a service and communicate with the users.
Apart from the email address, no other sensitive information is required or collected. We do not share users' login information with any third party.
Certain user activities will be logged for maintenance and backup purposes.
We do not store users' music data on our server unless it is uploaded to the Concert Hall or Cloud by the user.
Maestro is intended for personal and private use only. We are not liable for any loss of data or loss of profit.
Using Maestro’s Concert Hall
The initial uploader bears full responsibility for the uploaded music. We disclaim responsibility for the uploaded music and its copyright.
Our commitment to respecting copyright law extends to our users, and we reserve the right to remove or disable any music from the Concert Hall that violates copyright regulations.
Uploaded music is stored on a hosted web server and is safeguarded by their security system, although we cannot guarantee absolute security.
In the event of data loss or damage on the server, including tickets, we do not offer monetary reimbursement, but we will make every effort to restore them to the best of our ability.
Users are accountable for the content they upload. As this application is for a diverse audience, we urge users to consider the title, subtitle, and lyrics of their music before posting.
Music containing inappropriate language may be replaced or removed from the Concert Hall without prior notice.
Using your music outside Maestro
Your music belongs exclusively to you, and you are free to use your masterpiece as you wish.
If the music faces a copyright issue itself, the responsibility rests with the user.
Maestro assumes no copyright or responsibility for the music composed using Maestro.
DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown request
We prioritize the protection of intellectual property rights and expect the same from our users.
If you own a copyright and wish to report a claim regarding a third party using your music in the Concert Hall,
please send a notice that meets the minimum requirements of the DMCA to email@example.com. and we will take appropriate action.
DMCA notice requirements
A detailed description of the copyrighted work you believe is being infringed, including the title, subtitle, and author of the music.
Name, address, contact number, and email address of the individual submitting the request.
Proof demonstrating that you are the copyright holder or have the right to act on behalf of the copyright holder.
Include the following statements:
- 'I have a good faith belief that the use of the copyrighted materials described above as allegedly infringing is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.'
- 'I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in the notification is accurate and that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.'
Submissions under this DMCA Policy should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org in English.
Upon receipt, we will thoroughly review your submission and take appropriate action under the DMCA, which may include the removal of the challenged content from the Concert Hall.
Additionally, in suitable circumstances, we may disable or terminate the accounts of users in accordance with the DMCA Workflow.
User Conduct and Fair Use policy
We value a positive and respectful community within our app. Users are expected to refrain from using offensive language, engaging in personal attacks, or spamming that may harm the system and well-being of our team members.
We encourage fair use of the platform, where users responsibly engage with content and features, ensuring a balanced and equitable experience for all community members, including our own developing team.
In the event of a user violating these guidelines, we reserve the right to take appropriate action, including but not limited to the immediate termination of their account without prior notice.
This action may result in the removal of all associated data and content from our server (data saved on the user's device will not be affected). We are committed to maintaining a safe and collaborative environment for our users and team.
We will always do our best to keep improving Maestro.
(updated: 28 Jan 2024)