Aers, LTD. Copyright

Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy: Notice and Takedown Procedure

At Aers, LTD., we are committed to swiftly addressing credible claims of copyright infringement in line with the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

We expect all users of any part of our website,, to adhere to relevant copyright laws. However, upon receiving valid notifications of alleged copyright infringement, we take the following actions, irrespective of potential liability under United States or other jurisdictional laws:

  1. Material Removal or Access Disabling: We will promptly remove or disable access to any content identified in a copyright infringement notice.
  2. Contributor Termination: We may terminate contributor access if warranted, regardless of our legal liability.

Should we take action as described above, we will make genuine efforts to contact the content creator, enabling them to issue a counter notification as per Sections 512(g)(2) and (3) of the DMCA. Additionally, we may maintain records of infringement notices that we act upon.

To File an Infringement Notification (DMCA Notice of Copyright Infringement): To report copyright infringement to, you must provide a written communication (via email, fax, or mail) containing the following details:

  1. Your contact information, including your name, address, telephone number, and an email address for correspondence.
  2. A statement affirming your copyright ownership or your authorization to act on the copyright owner’s behalf for the identified copyrighted material.
  3. A clear and specific description of the copyrighted content believed to be infringed, including the title, description, author’s name (if applicable), and any available federal registration information.
  4. Identification of the material to be removed or access to be disabled, along with adequate information for us to locate it.
  5. A statement indicating that you have a good faith belief that the usage of the material contravenes copyright law.
  6. A statement made under penalty of perjury, affirming the accuracy of the information in the notification.
  7. A signature on the document.

Counter Notification: If you are the provider of content alleged to be infringing, you can respond with a counter notification under Sections 512(g)(2) and (3) of the DMCA. Your counter notification should be a written communication (via regular mail) and must include:

  1. Identification of the removed or disabled material, including its previous location.
  2. Your contact information, including your name, address, telephone number, and an email address for correspondence.
  3. A statement consenting to the jurisdiction of the Federal District Court for your address’s federal judicial district.
  4. A statement indicating your acceptance of service of process from the person who submitted the infringement notification or their agent.
  5. A statement, made under penalty of perjury, affirming your good faith belief that the material was removed or disabled due to a mistake or misidentification.
  6. Your signature on the document.

Upon receiving a counter notification, will promptly provide a copy to the original notifier and notify them of our intent to reinstate the removed material or cease disabling access within 10 business days. Unless we receive notification from the original notifier that they have filed a court order to restrain the subscriber from further infringing activities within this timeframe, we will restore the content.

Repeat Infringers: In compliance with Section 512(i)(1)(A) of the DMCA, may, under appropriate circumstances, terminate the accounts of contributors with a history of repeat infringement.