- Jun 15, 2019
Why are golden eagles protected?
Fucking illegal avians
Anime fans love a certain Raging Golden Eagle~ >:3
I honestly doubt he could even get this to court. Tort law in general requires the plaintiff to prove damages, and since his content was not monetized, nor was the person whom posted it attempting to monetize it, the complaint pretty much falls flat on those grounds alone.
Beyond that, you do not have an expectation of privacy for content you publicly post online so that part of his argument is meme-worthy.
"The posts also contain baseless slander & inaccurate information regarding myself and I would prefer they be removed entirely."
This part is honestly a bit funny. Once again, he'd have to prove damages of some kind, but how does one even say someone "slandered your reputation" when you're bragging about your bird porn to the public? It would be like Johnny Knoxville suing me for calling him a "jackass."
Statutory damages for copyright. I seriously think statutory damages for copyright was a mistake, at least without requiring some sort of proof that financial damage is possible. WIth the RIAA, they could prove a lost sale for example. Here, they would be using copyright as a huge SLAPP stick. If only copyright had some sort of anti-SLAPP law.