Legal Notice

DNMAG, Magazine for Fashion Professionals
DNMAG Fashion Professionals magazine

DNMAG, Publisher and Editor

Publishers & Producers :
Trackbusters Digital Experts [UK] & DreamMAKERS Factory

GPRD (RGPD), Confidentiality and Protection of Personal Data (update oct 2019 – 1.09/US)

The site (hereinafter the “website”) belongs to the company Trackbusters Digital Experts [U.S.A.]
The activity of the website is information, including, the DN-MAG® brand (Designer News Magazine), its history, its sector news in the fashion ecosystem (worldwide). DN-MAG recognizes the importance of protecting the confidentiality of the personal information of its visitors, it is committed to preserving the confidentiality of any information provided online by visitors.

Any information that the visitor would be led to transmit to DN-MAG FR/COM for the use of certain services is subject in France to the provisions of the GPRD, the law n ° 78-17 computer and freedoms of January 6, 1978, modified by the law n ° 2004-801 of 6 August 2004 “on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data”.

In addition, DN-MAG keep the right to modify its privacy policy and therefore this information.


Terms of Service

Thank you for visiting the site. Please read the following information carefully before using the Site.
These general conditions of use govern the use and access to the Site (hereinafter the “Terms”).
If you do not agree with any of these Terms, please leave this Site immediately.
Using the Site implies your agreement to comply with and be bound by these Terms and Conditions, the Privacy Policy and the Protection of Personal Data.
Accessing and browsing the Site constitutes unreserved acceptance of the following: DN-MAG endeavors to ensure to the best of its ability, the accuracy and updating of information disseminated on the Site, including it reserves the right to correct, at any time and without notice, the accuracy or completeness of the information made available on the Site.
DN-MAG may, from time to time, modify these conditions at its sole discretion. Using this Site after such changes implies your agreement to comply with and be bound by these modified terms.

Intellectual Property Law

The Site and its content are protected by trademark law and/or other intellectual property rights and are the exclusive property of DN-MAG or are used with the permission of their owners. This content includes but is not limited to, all photographs, images, illustrations, text, graphics, multimedia (audio and video), logos as well as software used for the design and function of the site. All rights are reserved worldwide. The data contained in this site are presented for informational purposes and for promotional purposes only. The Site is intended for private, personal and professional use. You may download or reproduce the information contained on this site for personal and commercial purposes with a requirement of citations and hyperlinks on the page concerned. The downloading or reproduction of any document or software does not give you any rights, title or interest in these documents or software. Except for personal and non-commercial use, you may not reproduce, publish, transmit, distribute, display, delete, add or modify in any way, create derivative works, sell or participate in the sale of any part of this site and any other material contained on this site or any associated software. Any other use of the content of this site, including its reproduction for purposes other than personal and non-commercial, modification, dissemination or reproduction without the prior written consent of DN-MAG, is strictly prohibited.

Web Links

The Site may include links to other sites. To the extent that DN-MAG can not control these sites, DN-MAG can not be held responsible for the provision of these sites and can not bear any responsibility for the content, advertising, products, services or any other material available on or from these sites.


DN-MAG may send “cookies” to the visitor’s computer at the time of connection. These “cookies” are files that make it easier for the visitor to navigate during the current session. It is recalled that the visitor may oppose the registration of “cookies” by configuring his browser to this effect.

Limitation of liability

DN-MAG can not be held liable for any real, direct, indirect, special, punitive, incidental, exemplary or consequential damages, or any other damage of any kind whatsoever, even if DN-MAG has previously informed of the possibility of such damage, whether in the course of a contractual action, injury or any other theory, resulting from, or related to the use, the inability to use or the execution of information, products and documents on the Site. Consequently, DN-MAG declines any responsibility for:

1. any interruption of the Site,
2. occurrence of anomaly,
3. any inaccuracy or omission concerning information available on the Site,
4. any damage resulting from an intrusion of a third party causing a modification of the information made available on the Site or the impossibility of accessing the Site. In addition the visitor is informed that access to the Site may be interrupted at any time by DN-MAG for reasons of maintenance, security and other technical constraints.

What is “Copyright”?

Which types of work are subject to copyright?

Copyright ownership gives the owner the exclusive right to use the work, with some exceptions. When a person creates an original work, fixed in a tangible medium, he or she automatically owns copyright to the work.

Many types of works are eligible for copyright protection, for example:

  • Audiovisual works, such as TV shows, movies, and online videos
  • Sound recordings and musical compositions
  • Written works, such as lectures, articles, books, and musical compositions
  • Visual works, such as paintings, posters, and advertisements
  • Video games and computer software
  • Dramatic works, such as plays and musicals

The Copyright Office has information online, and you can check with a lawyer if you want to know more.

What is the difference between copyright and trademark? What about patents?

Copyright is just one form of intellectual property. It is not the same as trademark, which protects brand names, mottos, logos, and other source identifiers from being used by others for certain purposes. It is also different from patent law, which protects inventions.

What is the difference between copyright and privacy?

Just because you appear in a video, image or audio recording does not mean you own the copyright to it. For example, if your friend took a picture of you, she would own the copyright to the image that she took. If your friend, or someone else, uploaded a video, image or recording of you without your permission, and you feel it violates your privacy or safety, you may wish to file a privacy complaint.

Copyright Infringement Notification Requirements

The easiest way to file a complaint is to use a legal troubleshooter.

Copyright notifications must include the following elements. Without this information, we will be unable to take action on your request:

1. Your contact information

You’ll need to provide information that will allow us to contact you regarding your complaint, such as an email address, physical address or telephone number.

2. A description of your work that you believe has been infringed

In your complaint, be sure to clearly and completely describe the copyrighted content you are seeking to protect. If multiple copyrighted works are covered in your complaint, the law allows a representative list of such works.

3. Each allegedly infringing URL

Your complaint must contain the specific URL of the content you believe infringes your rights, or we will be unable to locate it. General information about the location of the content is not adequate. Please include the URL(s) of the exact content at issue.

4. You must agree too and affirm both of the following statements:

  • “I have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted materials described above as allegedly infringing is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.”
  • And
  • “The information in this notification is accurate and I swear, under penalty of perjury, that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.”

5. Your signature

Complete complaints require the physical or electronic signature of the copyright owner or a representative authorized to act on their behalf. To satisfy this requirement, you may type your full legal name to act as your signature at the bottom of your complaint.

Applicable rights

The conditions are governed by US law (California law)  law for its english version (.COM). Any dispute relating to the use of the Site will be submitted to the jurisdictions with territorial jurisdiction.



[version 1.09 US – oct 2019]