The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) treaties were the impetus for the U.S. legislation. In order to facilitate the development of electronic commerce in the digital age, Congress implemented the WIPO treaties by enacting legislation to address those treaty obligations that were not adequately addressed under existing U.S. law. Legal prohibitions against circumvention of technological protection measures employed by copyright owners to protect their works, and against the removal or alteration of copyright management information, were required in order to implement U.S. treaty obligations.   The congressional determination to promote electronic commerce and the distribution of digital works by providing copyright owners with legal tools to prevent widespread piracy was tempered with concern for maintaining the integrity of the statutory limitations on the exclusive rights of copyright owners. In addition to the provisions adopted by Congress in 1998, there were other proposals - including amendments to sections 109 and 117, that were not adopted, but were the subjects of a number of studies mandated by the DMCA. Section 104 of the DMCA requires the Register of Copyrights and the Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information to report on the effects of the DMCA on the operation of sections 109 and 117 and the relationship between existing and emergent technology on the operation of sections 109 and 117 of title 17 of the United States Code. Trenzek LLC respects the intellectual property of others. If you believe that your copyrighted work or product has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement and is accessible on this site, you may notify our copyright agent, as set forth in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA). For your complaint to be valid under the DMCA, you must provide the following information when providing notice of the claimed copyright infringement:   · An statement that the griping party "in accordance with some basic honesty trusts that utilization of the material in the way whined of is not approved by the copyright proprietor, its specialist, or law"  · The Identification of the material that is guaranteed to be encroaching or to be the subject of the encroaching movement and that will be evacuated  · Data sensibly adequate to allow the specialist co-op to contact the whining party, for example, an address, phone number, and, if accessible, an electronic mail address  · A physical or electronic mark of a person approved to follow up for the benefit of the copyright proprietor Identification of the copyrighted work asserted to have been infringed  · An statement that the "data in the warning is precise", and "under punishment of prevarication, the grumbling party is approved to follow up in the interest of the proprietor of a restrictive right that is professedly infringed"  The following information should sent to us for proper handling:     


Trenzek wants your voice to be heard! The Trenzek Community provides various forums for engaging other users and sharing authentic feedback about products and services - positive or negative. These Community Guidelines will help you use Community features, including Customer Reviews, Customer Questions & Answers, Trenzek Follow, Profile pages, Outfit Compare, Spark, Registries and Lists. Note: These Guidelines do not apply to content included within products or services sold on Trenzek, which are subject to separate policies. We take the integrity of the Community very seriously. Any attempt to manipulate Community content or features, including by contributing false, misleading, or inauthentic content, is strictly prohibited. If you violate our Guidelines, we may restrict your ability to use Community features, remove content, delist related products, or suspend or terminate your account. If we determine that an Trenzek account has been used to engage in any form of misconduct, remittances and payments may be withheld or permanently forfeited. Misconduct may also violate state and federal laws, including the Federal Trade Commission Act, and can lead to legal action and civil and criminal penalties. We encourage anyone who suspects that content manipulation is taking place or that our Guidelines are being violated in any way to notify us. We will investigate the concern thoroughly and take any appropriate actions.


The Community is intended to provide helpful, relevant content to customers. Content you submit should be relevant and based on your own honest opinions and experience. For Community features focused on a specific topic, you should only submit content related to that topic. Customer Reviews and Questions and Answers should be about the product. Feedback about the seller, your shipment experience, or packaging can be shared at .Comments about pricing, product availability or alternate ordering options are also not about the product and should not be shared in Customer Reviews or Questions and Answers.


Don't post content or interact with other members of the Community in a way that infringes the intellectual property or other proprietary rights of others. Only post your own content or content that you have permission to use.


The Trenzek community is made up of loads of different types of people - from all over the world. Not everyone will think in the same way as you, so respect that they have a right to their opinion and to feel comfortable in their views. We want to hear what you think, but personal attacks (on other users or individuals) or causing offence just isn’t the Trenzek way and will not be tolerated.  


This one's from our lawyers. If you post something that's untrue or which is not your genuinely held opinion ("libelous" or "defamatory" in lawyer-speak), you (and Trenzek) can get sued. And if you discuss anything after someone's been arrested (regardless of whether you know them or not), this may get you and us! - held in contempt of court.     


The common language in the community is English. Please make all your comments, titles and descriptions in English so that everyone can understand and join in.


Don't post anything that would be considered confidential or private (by you or anyone else) or anything that you wouldn't be comfortable with a complete stranger seeing (like work info, credit card numbers or home addresses or any intimate photos/videos or photos/videos). Remember – Trenzek will never ask you for any of this stuff on a public forum. Beware of – and please report – Trenzek imitators!


Show your appreciation by giving "Kudos" to helpful posts. If a Community member answers your question, mark it as an "Accepted Solution." Try to welcome new members to the Community and offer help if you feel comfortable doing so.


Think of the Community as a global network of peers and colleagues. Think about what is appropriate for that audience. Use your best judgment. And always remember: At the end of the day, we're all here to help each other do great things online!   Penalties for behavior that violates these guidelines will be set at the moderators' discretion on a case-by-case basis. If issues are ongoing, you risk having your Community rights revoked indefinitely.