Since someone thought it would be cute to file a false DMCA complaint against a photo I posted on Facebook, It might be noted where the photo she “borrowed” to make the image came from. I have notified Facebook that the original image of Sheryl came off of her personal Facebook page. The photo is also placed on another copyrighted image, namely this one:

What someone does not realize is that by using that image and that if my girlfriend she has committed TWO violations of copyrights. I have notified the owners of the Boss Hogg image of Holly’s infringement and where the photo is displayed on the internet.

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It is violation of  the rights of the copyright holder to alter the image in any way. The boss hog image has a REGISTERED copyright which brings with it more severe ramifications from the rightful owner than when the rights of a personal copyright are violated.

There are strong ramifications from filing DMCA complaints as noted in this article:

http://targetlaw.com/consequences-of-filing-a-false-dmca-takedown-request

This is not the first time Holly has pulled a stunt like this. I am sure that many might remember the fake death threat letter she used to try and frame Brianne. When I posted a screen shot of that post, I was hit with a DMCA from HOLLY. She of course, denied it. It took a while to get WordPress to restore my blog.

Holly seems to have intensified her attacks in this manner. I guess she did not want the proof of her bullying to be put on Facebook and had the image removed.

Well, there are ways around these stunts by her. I am not done with these people by a long shot.

By the way, now that I am no longer able to get on Facebook, I guess I will have to find something else to do with my time.

Now what do you suppose I can do with all of this free time on my hands?

Stay tuned

MURT

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