Tag Archive: Copyright Infringement

Mar 02

Can Joel Albrizio Continue to Deny His Involvement With Voices of Jupiter Florida?

Joel Albrizio Linked To Voices Of Jupiter Florida

We have had another very interesting nugget tonight linking Joel Albrizio CEO of AdLife Marketing to the smear blog Voices of Jupiter Florida (VOJF). Mr. Albrizio has in the past seem to deny involvement with VOJF by making the very vague and cryptic claim “I am not your blogger” in emails directed at several ExtortionLetterInfo.Com …

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Mar 01

April Brown’s Response to Linda Ellis’ Cyber Bullying Claims.

Author, poet and copyright troll Linda Ellis has recently released a new video again making claims that she is a victim of cyberbullying. She continually twists facts and selectively chooses bits of statements to make her case but when you look at everything in its entirety AND IN CONTEXT you will clearly see what she is …

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Jan 09

Why is Adlife Marketing Pulling It’s Images From LSA?

In my last article, I talked about how Joel Albrizio of Adlife Marketing was sending out settlement demand letters which in my opinion make Adlife Marketing the newest Copyright Troll I am aware of.  In these letters (the ones I have seen), recipients are never asked  if they have legally purchased the images, are accused of willful …

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Jan 24

You Received Linda Ellis’ “The Dash Poem” Settlement Demand Letter. Now What? Copyright Anti-Bullying Act Wants to Help.

Okay, you’ve gone to your mailbox and you’ve received a letter from Linda’s Lyrics LLC. You open it up and you find you’re the owner of a $7,500 settlement demand letter claiming that you have shared Linda Ellis’ poem called, “The Dash“. Not only have you shared this poem but, according to the letter, you …

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Mar 18

Elf-Man Could Be Very Big :)

I came across this ruling from the United States 9th District Court of the Western District of Washington and found it extremely interesting and a possible game changer. This is your typical greedy troll elf P2P case where Elf-Man, LLC filed “boilerplate” lawsuits against Does 1-152. As typical with these cases Elf-Man listed only IP …

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