Terrorist Samuel Collingwood Smith / Vordrak / Sam Smith / BenvolaStar / Matthew Hopkins News - Vexatious litigant, actual terrorist, GamerGator, stalker, extortionist (Prosperous Software Consulting Limited)

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How the fuck do you serve an anonymous online twitter account? FFS this is exactly what Vordrak tried to do with Encylopedia Dramatica...
Interesting turnabout. Will Legalaidloser lawfully comply with due judgements, or delete everything and pretend it never happened? The results... may surprise you.
 
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Interesting turnabout. Will Legalaidloser lawfully comply with due judgements, or delete everything and pretend it never happened? The results... may surprise you.
Twitter will hand over all of the information they have on an account if asked by authorities. Since you need to use your phone number for an account and they've blocked every online SMS company, that phone number will give them the name of a person. You can even lock them out of their account and have them get a message sent to their phone and get the number and eventually the name that way.
 

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Twitter will hand over all of the information they have on an account if asked by authorities
Steady, cowboy. According to the Twitter Transparency Report For the Uk (assuming LAL is UK based), they only released information for valid requests in 67% of cases.
These are likely to be cases involving terrorism, serious organised crime, or child protection: not some autist playing silly buggers with the legal system.
In any case, LAL probably accesses twitter via a VPN, and it is still legal in the UK to buy a PAYG Sim for cash, not put any credit on it, and still receive SMS with validation codes.
Yalland is probably pissing in the wind if he doesn’t have LAL details or definite proof of identity.
Proving service on a platform via DM is interesting. Service is usually done in person.
LAL may be a demented cretin, but they are probably bright enough to cover their tracks.
 

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Twitter will hand over all of the information they have on an account if asked by authorities. Since you need to use your phone number for an account and they've blocked every online SMS company, that phone number will give them the name of a person. You can even lock them out of their account and have them get a message sent to their phone and get the number and eventually the name that way.
It's a pain, but you can still buy sim cards for a £1 in the UK. There's no way of tracking them (unlike other parts of Europe).

It does become a hassle if you're using a VPN and they decide all of a sudden they need to send you a text. However you can still remain anonymous. ... for now.
 
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In the UK your primary residence isn't protected in the way that it would be in most US states, if he misjudges he could lose his home.
Ironically if he ever does succeed in destroying this site a lot of people will have motivation to do exactly that to him.

LAL may be a demented cretin, but they are probably bright enough to cover their tracks.
Yeah right lol.
 
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Anonymus Fluhre

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Steady, cowboy. According to the Twitter Transparency Report For the Uk (assuming LAL is UK based), they only released information for valid requests in 67% of cases.
These are likely to be cases involving terrorism, serious organised crime, or child protection: not some autist playing silly buggers with the legal system.
In any case, LAL probably accesses twitter via a VPN, and it is still legal in the UK to buy a PAYG Sim for cash, not put any credit on it, and still receive SMS with validation codes.
Yalland is probably pissing in the wind if he doesn’t have LAL details or definite proof of identity.
Proving service on a platform via DM is interesting. Service is usually done in person.
LAL may be a demented cretin, but they are probably bright enough to cover their tracks.
Twitter keeps a lot of information on you and it's even worse if you decided to download their app. While not as bad as TikTok, it still gathers a lot of information from you. Also, VPN's are not a surefire way to hide yourself, nothing is (there's also a good reason why you should also look at how many servers a VPN company has as many servers get blocked by various platforms. If the service can't keep up with the new servers then that service will be locked out. Twitter and even Amazon are known to block VPN servers). Whatever device you use whether it's a cellphone or a PC can easily be tracked hundreds of ways.
 
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Ironically if he ever does succeed in destroying this site a lot of people will have motivation to do exactly that to him.
He's like Steven Hayden he starts legal action but ends them relatively early on. They manage to avoid being labelled a serial litigant by the courts because as far as I know none of the settlements involve them taking money from a victim. Their aims are to force the victim to spend money to defend against legal claims that cost them nothing to make, as well as just cause general distress. Vordrak also has managed to weaponise the role of McKenzie Friend. He finds someone else to act as the litigant in person, and that person makes all the submissions Vordrak writes.

Both Hayden and Vordrak seem to be making attempts to monetise their roles as McKenzie Friend's in cases. McKenzie Friends are allowed to charge a fee, but usually courts are much less sympathetic to McKenzie Friends that don't have some sort of existing relationship with the litigant in person.
 

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Twitter keeps a lot of information on you and it's even worse if you decided to download their app. While not as bad as TikTok, it still gathers a lot of information from you. Also, VPN's are not a surefire way to hide yourself, nothing is (there's also a good reason why you should also look at how many servers a VPN company has as many servers get blocked by various platforms. If the service can't keep up with the new servers then that service will be locked out. Twitter and even Amazon are known to block VPN servers). Whatever device you use whether it's a cellphone or a PC can easily be tracked hundreds of ways.
Sure any digital interaction will leave a trail: VPN/Tor/Unregistered SIM and even crypto currencies all leave traces. The point is will anyone bother to follow the trails unless it is really worth it? Two deluded Britbong edgelords will hardly have the resources to do it and Britbong police will tell them to fuck off.
Twitter does collect a lot of information, but that is mostly related to Interactions on the platform: likes, retweets, followers/following and textual analysis. With regard to “identifying” information they actually keep very little: IP, email, phone, location and times. You can request a dump of what they have and it’s fairly limited.
Remember as well as troons and demented cretins, it hosts accounts in hostile countries and takes its responsibilities in protecting these people seriously. Twitter will do jack shit in giving up information, especially as the service notice doesn’t mention them.
 

Trig.Point

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Sure any digital interaction will leave a trail: VPN/Tor/Unregistered SIM and even crypto currencies all leave traces. The point is will anyone bother to follow the trails unless it is really worth it? Two deluded Britbong edgelords will hardly have the resources to do it and Britbong police will tell them to fuck off.
Twitter does collect a lot of information, but that is mostly related to Interactions on the platform: likes, retweets, followers/following and textual analysis. With regard to “identifying” information they actually keep very little: IP, email, phone, location and times. You can request a dump of what they have and it’s fairly limited.
Remember as well as troons and demented cretins, it hosts accounts in hostile countries and takes its responsibilities in protecting these people seriously. Twitter will do jack shit in giving up information, especially as the service notice doesn’t mention them.
Twitter won't do anything now, but I remember about 5 years ago when the media started a push against online hate speech, led by Channel 4 in particular. They stoked up a moral panic and the next thing the police are prosecuting people for facebook posts, that even facebook didn't classify as hate speech such as in the case of Chelsea Russell