Intellectual Property Enforcement Program
RapidAPI was built by developers for developers, as a way to connect to thousands of different APIs in one place. While we strongly believe in making APIs accessible to all, it is also our policy to support the protection of intellectual property.
The RapidAPI Intellectual Property Enforcement Program allows Intellectual Property owners to report content on RapidAPI they believe violates their trademark or intellectual property. Read the FAQs below to learn more, or fill out a intellectual property violation report form.
RapidAPI Intellectual Property Enforcement Program FAQs
How do I report content on RapidAPI that I believe is violating my Intellectual Property?
To report content on RapidAPI that you believe is violating your Intellectual Property or trademark, please fill out an intellectual property violation report through the intellectual property violation report form.
Do I have to own the trademark to submit an intellectual property violation report on RapidAPI?
At this time you must be the trademark owner or an authorized representative to report content on RapidAPI that you believe violates a trademark,
Someone is repeatedly violating my trademark on RapidAPI. What can I do?
RapidAPI does not tolerate repeated violations of this nature. If there is a user repeatedly violating trademarks, we will consider removing and blocking the user from RapidAPI.
How do I know if my trademark is being violated?
If you are unsure your trademark is being violated, we recommend contacting a lawyer before reporting it to RapidAPI.
How long will it take for RapidAPI to respond to my report?
RapidAPI takes trademark violation reports very seriously, and will respond as soon as we are able to. Filling out multiple reports for the same violation will not help our team respond faster.
Updated almost 2 years ago