RipOffReport.com Featured Writer Darren M Meade Denied Copyright Claims on Leaked Youtube Videos SOURCE: Rexxfield Internet Law Watch
Rexxfield’s CEO and founder Michael Roberts prevails for the fourth consecutive time in Copyright legal challenges filed by featured RipOffReport.com contributor Darren M. Meade of Kairos-Meade Laguna Beach CA.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 06, 2012
Today, Michael Roberts of Rexxfield.com announced that his Internet harassment whistle-blowing team has prevailed for the fourth consecutive time in Copyright legal challenges issued by Darren M. Meade who is a featured contributor for RipOffReport.com.
[Case References: Kairos-Meade vs Roberts: #1013232163,#1071357104,#1145332165, #1132706080] Orange County CA.]
According to documents associated with the copyright challenge, the YouTube videos in question depict leaked videos of Darren M. Meade describing how he “punished” a renowned physician through a systematic Internet smear campaign.
Roberts said that he plans on drawing on his experiences in these cases and publishing a self-help guide to combating fallacious copyright challenges issued by subjects of Internet videos who use the provisions in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to chill free speech and whistle-blowing.
Roberts filed a lawsuit in January 2012 against both Google and RipOffReport.com, according to court documents Roberts alleged that Google has what he calls a “humiliation algorithm” which elevates negative sentiment. Roberts published his findings and hypothesis “RipOffReport.com and Google´s Humiliation Algorithm” via YouTube.com recently and it was an instant hit. Roberts said “I posted the video thinking that maybe few hundred people, over a span of several years, might find some understanding about the relentless battering their reputation receives if they are unfortunate enough to be listed on RipOffReport.com”. He said “the fact that a boring video about such a narrow subject has had almost 5,000 views in the last few months speaks volumes about the severity of the problem”
Roberts filed a lawsuit in January 2012 against both Google and RipOffReport.com, according to court documents Roberts alleged that Google has what he calls a “humiliation algorithm” which elevates negative sentiment. [Case# 30—2012—00557149 Orange County CA]. Roberts´ video exposé titled “Why RipOffReport.com & Negative Results Appear on Page 1 of Google” consistently ranks at the top of the search results for “RipOffReport.com” from more than one million possible results, according to current Google video searches.
According to court documents, Roberts´ alleged further that the favor RipOffReport.com receives from Google is likely influenced by the fact that RipOffReport.com is an affiliate partner of Google´s powerful online AdWords platform. He said “it stands to reason that both Google & RipOffReport.com enjoy financial gain at the expense of the businesses that have unverified complaints filed against them when visitors click on Google Ads displayed in any of the 1.13 Million RipOffReport.com pages currently indexed by Google.com”.
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