Freepik Company Intellectual Property Policy

This Intellectual Property Policy explains how we handle intellectual property infringement claims on our websites, applications, and services (the "Freepik Service").

We may provide translations of this Intellectual Property Policy into various languages merely for informative purposes. However, the English version is the only legally binding version. In the event of any discrepancy between the English version and a translated version, the English version shall prevail.

At Freepik Company, we value and respect intellectual property rights and expect the same from our users and contributors.

Copyrights and Trademarks

Copyrights are legal rights that protect original works of authorship, such as photographs, logos, music, artworks, and books. The copyright owner has exclusive rights over the work, including its copying, distribution, and display. Generally, copyrights protect the original expression of ideas, not the data or ideas themselves. Titles, names, and slogans are usually not protected by copyrights, although they may be protected by a trademark.

A trademark is a word, slogan, symbol, or design that identifies and differentiates the products or services of one entity from those of another. Trademark laws aim to prevent consumer confusion about who offers or is affiliated with a product or service.

How to Report Copyright Infringements

If you are a copyright or trademark owner, or their representative, and believe that any content available through the Freepik Company Service infringes your protected work, use this web form to submit a notice of infringement. You can also send the notice by email to, including the following information:

  • Specific identification of each copyrighted work that has been infringed (including URL or any other evidence of your authorship).
  • Detailed description of where the infringing material is located on Freepik Company Services (provide a URL if possible).
  • Contact information of the complainant, including full name, address, phone number, and email address.
  • A statement of good faith that the use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its representative, or the law.
  • A statement that the information in the notification is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that the complainant is the owner of the rights or their authorized representative.
  • Physical or electronic signature of the owner or authorized representative.
  • A statement that you understand that your contact information will be provided to the alleged infringer and retained for legal purposes.

Please note that without this information, we may not have enough information to process your claim.

The contact for the department handling these reports at Freepik Company is:

Freepik Company, S.L.U.
Attn: Legal Department
Calle Molina Lario 13, 5th Floor, 29015 Málaga, Spain

When you submit a copyright claim, Freepik Company may share your name and email address with the alleged infringer and retain this information for legal purposes. Fraudulent claims or misuse of this process can result in the termination of your account or legal consequences. It is advisable to consult with a lawyer before filing a claim.

Freepik Company also has a policy to terminate, under appropriate circumstances, the accounts of repeat infringers.

How we handle any claim

Freepik Company reviews claims received through the channels mentioned above. Upon receiving a claim, we evaluate it and take appropriate actions, which may include removing the reported content or disabling access in one or more countries. We may contact both the complainant and the content creator about the actions taken, if we decide not to act, or if we need more information to assess the claim.

Any content that infringes another person's copyrights or trademarks may be removed. Freepik Company also has a policy for repeat infringers, which can result in the termination of the account of the user or creator responsible for multiple infringements. The claimed content may be restored if we receive a sufficient response from the creator or user or if the rights holder withdraws their claim.

If you believe actions have been taken against your content or account by mistake, you can submit a response to the claim using the same channel through which Freepik Company communicated with you.

In addition to user and rights holder reports, we use a combination of manual and automated methods to detect and remove content that may infringe another person’s intellectual property. We continually improve our efforts to protect creators' intellectual property.