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Copyright Trolls launch another pathetic attempt to smear Lawdit
You may remember when TCYK LLC, (headed by the rather vile and unstable Nicholas Chartier, in partnership with Maverick Eyes Patrick Achache and Robert Croucher, the “Uber Taxi drivers head kicking thug” honcho of Hatton & Berkeley) last tried to … Continue reading
Posted in Hatton & Berkeley, Lawdit, tcyk, Uncategorized Tagged copyright, copyright trolls, emails, filesharing, geil, Hatton & Berkeley, lawdit, porn, robert croucher, tcyk 1 Comment
Maverickeye takes scurrilous aim at Hickster: The rebuttal
A response to Maverickeye (Patrick Achache) blog post “No internet subscriber is falsely accused in copyright infringement case” A rather odd and barely comprehensible Blog post was made just the other day, it concerned, me and was posted on the … Continue reading
Golden Eye International Limited – No Comment – UPDATE
Golden Eye International Limited (“GEIL”), fronted by Directors Julian Becker and Simon Honey, have been strangely silent recently. What was effectively their last word to their O2 victims in their Letter Of Claim (“LoC”) correspondence? Oh yes, it was … Continue reading
Golden Eye International Claim To Follow Court Procedure……Really?
After all the efforts of Golden Eye International Limited (“GEIL”) to “protect their copyright” by applying for disclosure from O2 for subscriber names in their Norwich Pharmacal Order (“NPO”), we get to the situation where GEIL leave those who deny … Continue reading
Posted in Golden Eye International Tagged ben dover, copyright, filesharing, geil, golden eye international, julian becker, ng3 systems, O2, p2p, speculative invoicing 5 Comments
Golden Eye Respond To Those Who Admit Infringement
Without doubt the whole “Speculative Invoicing” operation employed by various participants with various roles has proven to be flawed and has targeted innocent people. That is proof alone that there has been no justification in operating such a scheme, even … Continue reading
Posted in Golden Eye International Tagged ben dover, Claimants, copyright, filesharing, IP address, Norwich Pharmacal Order 11 Comments
Golden Eye International, Pre-action letter little more than “Phishing”
Download letter as images or view online Despite assurances from GEILs “Commercial Director” Julian Becker that he is NOT connected to ACS:LAWs Andrew Crossley, the release of the template of their Pre-Action letter, shows that he is at least … Continue reading
Fobbed off by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) – Incompetence abounds
I sent the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) an email regarding their investigation into the ACS:LAW Data Leak.
“Millionaire” Andrew Crossley escapes ICO fine as he is “Poor” UPDATE 3
To add insult to injury it is revealed that IF Andrew Crossley pay his “Penalty” by June 6th 2011, he will receive an “Early pay Bonus” of 20% meaning he will only have to pay £800. Continue reading
ACS:LAW and Andrew Crossley face HUGE costs for being “Chaotic and Lamentable”
Yesterday at the Patents Court Judge Birss gave ACS:LAW/Andrew Crossley such a kick up his ample backside that the ripples will be felt throughout the Legal Profession.
Posted in ACS LAW Letters Tagged acs, acs law, andrew crossley, bogus legal letters, brian miller, chaotic, costs, cramer pelmont, davenport lyons, digital economy bill, filesharing, gallant macmillan, judge birss, lamentable, lee bowden, logistep, media cat, patents court, sdt, sra, terence tsang, tilly bailey irvine, wastage 5 Comments
ACS:LAW and Media C.A.T monster falls flat on it’s face
“It has been said that we have no intention of going to court but we have no fear of it”, so spoke ACS:LAWs Principle Andrew Crossley. Well this was his big chance to prove all his critics wrong, and he failed completely. True he had an excuse, an accident so it has been said, but there is a pattern that emerges that just before ACS:LAW are to be held to account “something” always happens.
Andrew Crossley has already been referred to the Solicitors Disciplinary
Posted in ACS LAW Letters Tagged acs, acs law, court, filesharing, judge, judge birss, lee bowden, media C.A.T, media cat, patents, pirri 1 Comment