Desperate Desiree – the Universal Medicine cult’s feeble copyright claimsPosted: August 5, 2013 | Author: Esther Rockett | Filed under: censorship, cult apologists, Cult Characteristics, denial, Gossip, hostility to criticism, litigiousness, sycophants | Tags: copyright law, Desiree Delaloye, dmca takedown notices, fair use defence, Legal Fund, Privacy Invasions, Workshop Consent Form | 31 Comments
Update: All material taken down was restored. UM had no legal basis for the complaints and did not take legal action.
For as long as we’ve been blogging exposure of the Universal Medicine cult’s copious harms, they’ve been telling nervous followers that we’re criminals, they’re going to sue us and have gone so far as to pass the hat around for contributions to a legal fund to defend downtrodden multi-millionaire Serge and his precious enablers. If our exposure really was ‘lie lie lies’, they could have finished us by now with a defamation action. Knowing they’d lose lose lose spectacularly they’ve tried to shut us down with dirty tricks instead, using Google’s paranoia about being sued to their advantage, and now with piss petty copyright claims – the latest from Desiree Delaloye for use of images of the cult’s unlawful privacy invading workshop consent form. We’ve left the notices unchallenged so far because the images of the butt ugly healing symbols and the woolly headed mugshots are not worth the hassle, but if the cult thinks they’ll shut us down citing copyright infringement of a pseudo legal document, they have another thing coming – or perhaps it’s already arrived in Desiree’s Inbox.