Copyright Policy


To minimize the risk that infringe on a third party copyright of the games, we have taken a number of precautions. By means of this copyright policy, we want to keep our girl players, or the ones who attach importance to it, posted of this. For the placement of a number of girl games we have asked permission and received. A considerable number of games may be placed without any requirements on Internetsites, for a number of games published on our site we could not find copyright information and are believed to be in the public domain(*1).

Source code

GGP ( changes nothing at the source code of the games featured on our girl games portal. On request we can display developer information, including a link back to their website. In case we are publishing a game without the required license, please let us know.

Public Domain

The public domain is an intellectual property designation for the range of content that is not owned or controlled by anyone. These materials are "public property", and available for anyone to use freely for any purpose. The public domain can be defined in contrast to several forms of intellectual property; the public domain in contrast to copyrighted works is different from the public domain in contrast to trademarks or patented works. Furthermore, the laws of various countries define the scope of the public domain differently, making it necessary to specify which jurisdiction's public domain is being discussed.

Copyright Claims

We requested all information below before contacting when making a copyright claims. This way we can address the issue more directly. GGP will remove all content where copyright is breached.

  1. the electronic or physical signature of the owner of the IP right or the person authorized to act on the owner's behalf.
  2. a description of the IP right that you claim has been infringed and a description of the infringing activity.
  3. identification of the location where the original or an authorized copy of the copyrighted work exists, for example the URL of the website where it is posted or the name of the book in which it has been published or in case of a registered brand name, an excerpt of such register evidencing the registry.
  4. if you are not the owner of the IP right, a copy of a license in which you are granted the right to use and to protect such IP right.
  5. identification of the URL or other specific location on this site where the material that you claim is infringing is located; this information must be specific enough in order to enable us to localize such material.
  6. your name and full contact details.
  7. a statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.