its literally from his photobucket lol
its literally from his photobucket lol
The case was Duffy v Google if anyone wants any light legal reading.There was an Australian action a couple of years ago which Google lost but in the judgement it was made clear that the order could only be applied to the specific urls listed in the complaint and that if the same information appeared at different urls in the future, new requests for de-listing would need to be made to Google.
That legalese in French is great, it’s fun to see a well-put together lawsuit for something as silly as this.This is the PDF in JPGs. They *are* worth looking at, even if you do not know French.
Do you speak French and know how the law works there? I think this dude lied to the courts and I want to scramble him.That legalese in French is great, it’s fun to see a well-put together lawsuit for something as silly as this.
A lot of wonderfully dishonest stuff in there, too. For example, they translate "can be milked for amusement and laughs" as "must be revealed to laugh at them and mock them" (and it’s a strong, imperative "must", like it’s your duty to do so or something). This might seem like a small detail but it gives an entirely different vibe of the site to the poor substitute judge who had to read this, from place to laugh at weird people to righteous crusade against them. It’s not just a language quirk, something that couldn’t be translated well either, there are perfectly good ways to translate the sentence without changing it’s tone.
That many "mistakes", mistranslations that work so well for his case, in such an important part of the document ? It’s gotta be intentional. Guy’s got a good lawyer, clearly betting on our notoriously bad English skills.
I'm French, don't know much about the laws, though. But he's definitely misrepresenting the site with stuff like this.Do you speak French and know how the law works there? I think this dude lied to the courts and I want to scramble him.
It seems he tried and failed to revive it posting his credit card info, and then decided he could use that to say kiwis got his info.So a French pedo with a dead thread who apparently jacked people's work for shit-tier games decided that now was the best time to try and take KF down?
If he was looking for a thread revival, a simple post would be much cheaper and easier.
I don't know shit about how the law works in France, but I've translated what the guy said about the site (note that my vocabulary on anything law-related is sorely lacking, so I did the best I could):Do you speak French and know how the law works there? I think this dude lied to the courts and I want to scramble him.
I'd be curious to check the history of the account that posted it and only that (from what I gathered) and then check the IP.It seems he tried and failed to revive it posting his credit card info, and then decided he could use that to say kiwis got his info.
I get that the pedophilia jokes/accusations could possibly be viewed as libel (if they don’t have substantial proof to back them up) and would therefore be illegal. But calling someone an asshole or a twat is perfectly legal. What, are people trying to ban name-calling now?I've translated some bits I found funny:
Joshua Moon has his own Internet page, which lists without any evidence his alleged criminal activities, including death threats, rape threats, xenophobia and child pornography.
(Note that of course he links to the Kiwi Farms wiki)
Also the people he's buttmad at:
The user @DrJonesHat called Mr Stéphane Portha "a world-class asshole".
The user @CatParty posted a picture showing computer files whose names indubitably imply they contain child pornography, and which according to him belong to Mr Stéphane Portha.
The user @Valiant wrote that Mr Stéphane Portha had "the pedophile smirk going on" in reference to the pic of Mr Stéphane Portha posted in the opening post of the thread.
A user named @Spider Jerusalem estimated that Mr Stéphane Portha was "a gigantic twat".
These statements severely call into question the morality and integrity of Mr Stéphane Portha and Eurocenter Games.
I am kind of disappointed he didn't mention the people we allegedly drove to suicide.
This paragraph gave me a chuckle.12. Active since 2007, this website has become known in the entire world for the violence of its users' posts and the numerous legal proceedings started by victims to get the content harmful to their dignity deleted.
I had to pull out an old archive of the site to dig through it.Didn't you decide to delete all visitors' IPs every 24 hours for security reasons after Vordrak managed to bring down the forum and wanted to trace back all the users?