Here’s the first paragraph:
First, you seem to think that US law will govern this copyright matter. It likely will not.
While I’m glad that “John W. Dozier Jr, Esq.” agrees that it’s unlikely that an American court will give a serious hearing to his claims, John’s threats of extra-legal actions are chilling. Not just in the chilling sense. But in the virus sense.
No one asked that anti-Cuppyâ€™s postings be removed from Blue Mau Mau, said Don Sniegowski, who started the franchise blogsite Blue Mau Mau in Salt Lake City in November, 2005. But at about the same time, â€œsomeone inserted a malicious piece of software into our program, which took down our entire Web site for a 12-hour period and kept it going on and off for a few days,â€ he said. Sniegowski told Franchise Times this summer that he still doesnâ€™t know who planted the software.
The same thread includes a post by Ronald Riley of Inventor Ed. How did Inventor Ed get involved in the subject?
They’ve been SLAPP’d by Dozier, too!