DMCA Policy

DMCA Notice and Takedown Policy

At, we follow and are in compliance with the DMCA. We’ve adopted the following Notice & Takedown policy pertaining to copyright infringement claims concerning any content on this site.

Notice of Infringement Claims

If you’re confident that your work has been copied/reproduced in a way that shows copyright infringement, provide our copyright agent with the following information.
1) Your personal information, which includes your name, phone number, address, and email.
2) An in-depth description of the work you believe to have been copyrighted.
3) The specific web address or URL indicating the location of your infringed work. Also, include a screenshot of the infringed work’s location.
4) Your statement in good faith indicating that you, your agent, or the law didn’t authorize the infringement.
5) Yours or your agent’s physical or electronic signature. Typing your full name at the end of your notice can work.
6) Your statement, made under penalty of perjury, indicating that all the information in your notice is unbiased, and you’re the copyright owner or owner’s agent.

Please Note: If you submit a notice and you’re not the owner, or if your notice contains false information, you’ll be held liable for any lawyer’s fees incurred and damages caused. Check 17 U.S.C. § 512(f).

The Takedown Procedure

While we comply with the DMCA policy, our compliance shouldn’t be considered a promise, either implied or express, to take down materials from this website. We take down materials at our sole and total discretion no matter the removal procedures, including the following steps that we may choose to adopt or use.

After receiving a copyright infringement notice, we have the right, at any time, without liability or notice, to remove access to, or remove any activity or material accessible on or from our site or any materials claimed to be copyrighted. We’ll attempt to act fast to remove access to materials claimed to be infringing, according to the procedure indicated in 17 U.S.C. §512 of the “DMCA.”

If a DMCA notice doesn’t comply with §512 but complies with three requirements for the identification of infringing sites according to §512, we may attempt but aren’t under any obligation to contact or take other steps to contact the infringed party to help them comply with other notice requirements. When our agent or we receive a valid infringement notice, we’ll try to take down and/or remove access to the relevant materials and notify the complaining party.

The user may then prepare a counter-notification informing our agent in good faith, under penalty of perjury, that their material has been taken down because of misidentification. After receiving the counter-notification, we may substitute the material within 10-14 days unless the complaining party files a legal claim against the infringement action.

The DMCA Counter-Notification Procedure

If the DMCA notice recipient believes that the notice is inaccurate and/or the claimed copyrighted material has been removed wrongfully, he/she may submit a counter-notification according to Section 512(g)(2)&(3) of the DMCA. All the information in the counter-notification should be truthful and accurate because the recipient will be held liable for misrepresentations that may bring claims against the website. To submit a counter-notification, provide our agent with the following:

1) Your personal information, which includes your name, phone number, address, and email.
2) A comprehensive description of the removed or disabled material according to the notice.
3) The specific web address or URL and a screenshot of where the alleged copyrighted content was located.
4) Your statement in good faith, under penalty of perjury, that the content was disabled or removed as a result of misidentification or mistake of the content to be disabled or removed.
5) Yours or your agent’s physical or electronic signature. Typing your full name at the end of your notice can work.
6) A statement indicating that you consent to the Federal District Court’s jurisdiction for your address location district, or if you’re outside the US, for the judicial district in which Sleep Aim is located and will accept service of process from the complaining party.

After receiving a counter-notification, our agent will give it to us, and then, we’ll forward it to the complaining party. After 10-14 days, we’ll replace or stop disabling access to the alleged copyrighted material provided we haven’t received a notice indicating that the complaining party has filed legal action.

Updates to the Policy

We have the right to make modifications, additions, or alterations to this policy. As a user, you’re responsible for checking if there are any updates.