Posts tagged with ‘THEFT’

Fabian Tactics of Google Work At Home Scam Legal Team

December 5, 2011

Pacific Webworks / Quad Try and Dodge the Issue Back in 2009 I stumbled upon a negative option scam for which those involved were sued by Google (and folded with an out-of-court settlement) and were prosecuted by Uncle Sam, losing again.  Initially, I was completely unaware of the depths of deception to which these people […]

Trafigura, BBC and the Stink from Two Views on Damages.

January 4, 2011

Introduction Back in 2009, Trafigura nearly put the blockers on free speech and the reporting of parliament.  Twitter claimed to be part of this unlocking process…  whatever.  It was all to block the publication of the Minton Report.  A long BBC Newsnight video report was also blocked with the article mysteriously vanishing from the BBC […]

Porn Sniffing

December 7, 2010

Class Action Against Pornbrokers This class action suit caught my eye today from one of my feeds, ClassActionLawsuitsInTheNews. YouPorn, YouPorn Cocks and YouPorn Gay Privacy Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Filed Over Alleged Internet Browsing History Sniffing Thoughts Initially, I thought, “well that’s tough on those visiting such websites…. they should know what to expect…” …and […]

File-Sharing Hypocrisy

October 15, 2009

Copyright Theft Introduction There are a heap of websites which try and get round international copyright legislation by acting as “pointers” to copyright material, while not actually holding any on their servers.  Pirate  Bay, …and the rest.  Over the last year or two, a heap of copycat sites have sprung up that act as pointers […]

From Slimeballs to Horoscopes

August 17, 2009

A Possible Start to Personal Details Theft? Here’s how it works… Some time ago I made a posting on the odiously chubby internet bankrupteer and millionaire self-publicist Robert Allen (see link here).  As part of this investigation I used the name “Morton” coupled to my spam magnet email address in order to see what would […]