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Copyfraud is a fraudulent copyright scheme that is caused by many copyfraudsters who were involved in fraudulently claiming copyright on anyone’s work. For example; you wrote your own movie, and you’ve published it as open-source… so the general public can reuse it,–if they wish. You’ve made some money with your creative movie with other creators who were reputable. If you have advertising that starts before your movie, the advertisement that is financed by a company is placed before your movie is set by you,–depending on your ad preference is a paid placement portal what advertisers purchase to run their advertisement. If users were watching your movie that is free without any paywalls. The money flows from the user, to the product that is featured on the ad, and the money flows towards you who self-hosted your ads. This is organic advertising for reputable creators. Overtime; you manage your expenses for your site, or your equipment.
Although; on the next day, you discovered a copyright notice that is fraudulent. You didn’t infringe on anybody’s copyright; you created your movie yourself. Most likely this claim is a fake!! These companies were trying to EXTORT money, and intellectual property from you. This new kind of extortion has been flooding our internet around the world.
Our corrupted copyright system around the world has been putting legitimate creators at risk, greedy corporations used malicious copyright-claiming services to defraud our public domain collections. The Walt Disney Company is the known corporation who’ve poached out our public domain content,–lobbying for malicious copyright extension terms. Other greedy companies has been involved in silencing fair-use for the past years. However; they’re too big to jail, to big to fail. Having lots of money to create new content everyday doesn’t enable viewers to view content, but only the viewers who were interested to see your movie, or show can view it. Never the less, having lots of money, and being a big company doesn’t make you immune from the copyright law,–especially if your company is notable, famous, iconic, attractive, etc. You have to get used to anyone who do fair-use of your content, such as the following:
- News Reporting
Again… companies are NOT immuned to copyright laws. But no company is punished for copyfraud, if this is the case; let’s write a little story that is fictional,–so you can understand why you should NOT claim someone’s work under any circumstances:
Say if you were a corporation who writes lots of content, and publish it around the world. You have lots of creators who claimed they loved their viewers because, your company made premium movies. But your competitor who is an individual that is a reputable content publisher who schedules new content to be published during each season, or month,–or a year. She advertises her new work with reputable ad networks who care about their advertisers, and publishers. She has her first customer watching her open-source movie with open-source music,–supplied by reputable suppliers who care about creating open-source materials for the general public around the world.
Somehow; you’re were angry because, your work has been used without your permission, but the individual didn’t use your work at all. You filed a fraudulent copyright complaint that is misleading. This form of misrepresentation has been flooding courts around the USA, and other countries. However; the individual has reported your copyright claim as fraudulent, and she continues with her projects,–after she disputed the claim. You’ve repeated these fraudulent claims. However; that lead to the FBI, the IRS, or even both knocking at your company’s door. Your creators who were involved in extorting money from the individual were end up having their property confiscated forever. You’ve been questioned by the FBI because, you were involved in extorting money from the lady who is the reputable creator who is the leader of the movie-hosting site what she launched. But her free video-hosting account has been restored,–after a wrongful account termination caused by wrongful copyright claims that sound TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE! You hogged lots of money in your company’s bank account, and you didn’t even retract your claim at all.
The FBI has discovered lots of discs containing music, and movies what you’ve fraudulently copyrighted as yours, and your creator’s work. You’re still being questioned,–while the victim gets help from the reputable law firms, lawyers, or other reputable sources. She allows the team to gather data to be used as evidence for her upcoming case. You’ve attempted to cover up your act, but your plans has been backfired.
The FBI agents arrest you, and direct you to their police truck for criminal copyfraud, conspiracy to commit copyfraud, extortion,wire fraud, bribery, IP fraud, conspiracy to commit IP fraud, trademark fraud, conspiracy to commit trademark fraud, money-laundering, and defrauding the public domain, forgery, forging copyright notices for the purpose of defrauding, and internet fraud. You were being hauled off to jail. That’s right!! Copyfraudsters belong in jail, not online.
The victim receives her money back, and the free video-hosting site is order to owe the victim $250,00 per fraudulently stolen work, plus $350,000 per recovered work. The copyfraudsters who were involved in this unlawful scheme should owe the victim hundreds of dollars per month. Some of these bad guys has their wages garnished, tax refunds intercepted, liens placed against their property, such as their business buildings, servers, their homes, their cars, and their content too. But these effects won’t take effect,–after a judgement in court.
These copyfraudsters were put on trial, and evidence is displayed. The judge does his task, but these unlawful trolls were angry because, they wanted their company back, you’re also on trial. You’ve explained what happened to the judge. But you didn’t know copyfraud is illegal. Fraud is fraud, Copyfraud is the another kind of fraud. You had lots of vague excuses. You were arguing with the judge, causing you to launch a fight with other trolls.
However, you’re restrained to the chair, and you were about to enter the verdict. You starting to shout, and yell with your words,–demanding the judge to implement a retrial, claiming an unfair trial, but your plan failed. You are guilty of copyfraud, internet fraud, money-laundering, wire fraud, conspiracy, extortion, bribery, purgery, and more. You’ve been sentenced to pay a fine up to $999,000,000,000 per charge; this charge is permanent … it can stay in your records for life., but that applies to copyfraud, conspiracy to commit copyfraud, trademark fraud, IP fraud,, and copyright-laundering. You will also face 9 years of community service, business license revocation for 10 years, pay restitution of 999,000,000,000 per copyfraud victim; and 22 years in federal prison, 4 years probation, 33 years of being banned from owning any copyright, trademark, trade-secret, patent, or any other intellectual property rights, limited copyright privileges for newly created work, lifetime forfiture of copyright ownership of materials old and recent (not set for newly created work,–based on any circumstances, and year created. Does NOT apply to newly created work after sentencing.); forfiture of trademark ownership, forfiture of patent ownership; forfiture of copy-protection services online and offline; and forfiture of TV channel ownership. You’about to feel sad. And the victim is about to win. You were been struck by 99 out of 99 guilty verdicts. This is pretty scary!
Your sentence is set,–after an initial sanctions has been placed against you. You have to spend years being banned from owning any intellectual property rights of your content. You’ve also have to spend time behind bars. Since you were susceptible to harsh fights,–started by inmates, you need to be settled at some prison.
You spent about a year in prison, but good behavior in prison can reduce a sentence,–depending on the judge’s decision in court. Well, you didn’t participate in any unlawful activity. You just sit in your cell, and go to work someplace. You were busy writing your journal. Your restricted copyright privileges has kept you from owning copyright to newly created content. But you can license it for reuse only, even commercially! Well that’s the only sentence you’ve have to prevent you from owning restricted copyright on your material. Some inmates has mentioned a story about a victim who won the case of copyfraud. You refused to go to the exercise yard.
However; you were released early… you lost all of your material what you’ve previously copyrighted, you have to reboot from scratch, and you can’t get your business back, but your website has been shut down. And you’re also prohibited from owning copyright for life. Well, that’s just a start of probation, any violation may result to permanent ban of owning copyright for life.
The lesson that you’ve learned from this story is never commit copyfraud. Share and reuse this help article if you agree if copyfraudsters belong in jail, not online.