TotallyFuzzy.eu lists music blogs, as a music blog directory that is our sole mission.
That is not to be interpreted as if we're intentionally promoting piracy. We support and respect the artists, writers, editors and producers who create original content. We do not encourage anybody to start a blog nor do we encourage anybody to upload anything.
Since we are in no position to tell other people what to do and we have no "policing" powers and since we do not have anything to do with uploads or anything else that might happen on the blogs that get listed here, it should be clear that if anybody has any problem with any of the blogs that get listed here they should contact the blog's owners directly, according to DMCA laws and guidelines.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (the "DMCA") provides recourse for copyright owners who believe that material appearing on the Internet infringes their rights under U.S. copyright law. If you believe in good faith that materials we link to infringe your copyright, you (or your agent) should contact that blog directly requesting that they remove the links to the files posted. Since we do not link to any audio files directly, there is no point in anybody contacting us to remove anything.
Totally Fuzzy users are encouraged to enjoy legitimate downloaded music and support artists by purchasing the music after sampling it online.
We do not offer any downloads ourselves on this site and we don't link to any downloads directly either. We only link to any site's home page.
What started out as sharity blogs has evolved, and in some instances it has gone completely out of control. Just because a blog gets listed here, that does not mean that we agree with whatever it is they might be doing. We do not endorse blogs that are listed here, furthermore we have very little control over what our RSS scripts return as results.
Totally Fuzzy cannot be held responsible or liable for whatever may happen on any of the third party blogs and websites that get listed here and that we link to.
We expect all our visitors - including all the bloggers submitting their blog here - to behave according to the laws of the country in which they live. Since there are many countries with many different laws and positions in the discussions on copyrights and file-sharing we cannot be expected to enforce our own or somebody else's position that might not be compatible with the laws of the country our visitors live in.
Last update: September 5th 2008