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Discussion in 'Take that off the god damn Internet!' started by NULL, Apr 12, 2018.
It never worked against SomethingAwful.
It never worked against 4chan.
I wonder if it'll work here?
Looks like we've been threatened by... sueage.
Laugh, dang it.
It won't, and here's why: there's literally no law against it.
There's no law against talking about other people online.
That's all we're doing, essentially.
Sure enough! It's almost as if that's been proven so many times before.
I don’t know, fam. This struck me as a well-researched and legally sound letter. I think we’re fucked. Time to shut the forum down. It turns out that cyberbowling is serious business with real world consequences. I’ll always cherish the time I spent with all of you, and I’ll miss you all. Even @TrippinKahlua. (a joke)
We really need a counter that say "is been XX days since some idiot tried to sue us" would be a fine sport for making bets
Make it threatened, most cows are too lazy to actually try to bring us to court.
I would love to be a fly on the wall whenever one of these morons decides to try and threaten KF with a lawyer.
I wonder, do they genuinely think the are the first ones "smart" enough to try that?
Every single letter reads like this:
"There's a thread on me on KF, take it down or I call my mom lawyer to yell at you." and they always treat the "lawyer" (that they don't even have) like it was the thermonuclear doomsday device.
I love it.
I feel like we're overlooking this gem
>To quote a follower of mine, " If they posted it without your permission, you can file a suit.
Motherfucker is taking legal advice from the youtube comment section.
I can't even comprehend this.
Industrial sites will keep a tally of how long it's been since someone was last injured so I support this.
Ok, this is a bit off topic. @Null @AnOminous Lets just say Null had an official title like "Baron von Bismarck" which you can buy for a couple of $:
(No idea if this is available in the us)
Would any official mail to him have to include this title? I know Null you are probably not a fan of german monarchy, but there are plenty of british or maybe american nobility titles for sale. The german one is pretty cheap for 19,90 Euro as they can go up to over $150000.
No. You can serve someone under a misspelled name or even a wrong name. Notice just has to be sufficient that it actually ensures the person in question has or should have knowledge they're involved in some legal action. Cases have gone all the way to the Supreme Court with the names of parties misspelled.
Damn. Thank you! There goes my plan...
kind of hope he pays the filing fees to have a hearing in court,of course it will be dismissed,I would just be curious to see if he shows up to court in his fursuit.
HAHHAHAHAHAHA @Null get rekt that's the most insulting thing I've ever seen anybody say to you
I dunno, it sounded just like some butthurt kid talking out his ass, clearly no legal experience. Then I saw he closed it with "fuck off exceptional individual". Maybe it is serious after all
That's clearly my reply.
>account is only made to post on this thread