I Threaten Snopes.com With A Lawsuit And They Comply – Kind Of

I Threaten Snopes.com With A Lawsuit And They Comply – Kind Of

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I threaten a lawsuit against Snopes.com and they comply, kind of

PHOENIX A.Z. (AP) — I threaten to sue Snopes.com. In all their recent debunkings of my stories they keep saying that I spread malware & viruses within my websites along with other lies. I have contacted them before on several occasions telling them to remove the content, and they remove it, some of it, here and there, but then it always goes right back up. They are fucking with me just like I fuck with them in my articles that I write. The problem is, their site is a factual news site and my site is parody. So I contacted them tonight, telling them that they have 72 hours to remove the content from their website. They responded. I responded back. I then saw that http://www.Snopes.com.co was available for purchase. I bought it. This domain name was not available a couple weeks ago, but now it is magically available. All of this will be pretty interesting to see what happens. Long story short, they complied by changing their content. But it is still not complying. I am further talking to my lawyer.

Snopes lies

The Snopes.com lawyer was not happy about me registering Snopes.com.co
The Snopes.com lawyer was not happy about me registering Snopes.com.co

My response to the Snopes.com lawyer
My response to the Snopes.com lawyer

My Attachmen:
My knitted hat on my hand for Snopes.com

The next day, Snopes.com complies… kind of.
Malware on a secret website says Snopes

Snopes.com has complied with my demands to remove their comments about malware being on my websites. But now they are saying that the malware isn’t actually on my website, but on some underlying website… some kind of top-secret website that you get to by going to my website. I will have to talk with my lawyer and see WTF this even is now.

Snopes.com… WOW! A site that gets millions and millions of views… a company that stays in business because of me… really, REALLY has it out for me. The lengths that they are willing to go just to fuck with me and avoid a lawsuit are actually quite impressive.

4 COMMENTS

  1. If it’s done as parody or satire then it’s not illegal appropriated. It’s called freedom of speech, yo. Plus your sites clearly state that they are parody/satire sites. Anyone with an attention span of more than 3 seconds could easily locate this declaration on your sites.

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