Linda loved the Internet back in the days when she freely circulated The Dash and entrapped hundreds if not thousands of people in her copyright trolling scheme. She loved how easy the World Wide Web (as she likes to say), makes the task of blasting The Dash out to thousands of unsuspecting victims and then how easily the Internet turns fans into targets with those handy Google Alerts. In fact, wasn't it the internet that made The Dash famous? It seems without the Internet, The Dash would have just lingered in relative obscurity until some thoughtful person slowly passed it on one death at a time, one charity at a time, one church at a time. If Linda didn't have the Internet, where would she hawk that crap she sells with her advice plastered all over it? Need I remind her that before the Internet, she worked at shipping company and complained about how miserable she was working in an office for less than $20,000 a year.

Makes one wonder why she so suddenly now believes there is "so much evil on the Internet". Could it be that on October 7, 2014, The Supreme Court of Georgia is now weighing in on her abusive tactics? Or that people like Wilene DunnMatthew ChanOscar MichelenThe City Wire and Electronic Frontier Foundation are committed to continuing to report on not only the scandalous tactics she uses to silence people, but the people she employs and thescoundrels she uses as enforcers? Maybe she hates the Internet because we've discovered another one of her dirty secrets and outright lies. Ellis claims she spends hundreds of thousands of dollars on legal expenses. Hogwash! No powerful highly paid legal team showed up in court yesterday. And my guess is that any support she may have had from her flacid representation is likely over. I wonder if she hates the Internet because this blog Beware Don't Share and theExtortionletterinfo.comcommunity will not lose their First Amendment Rights and that the day is coming when nobody will ever settle with her again - that is if they do their research on the EVIL Internet.

Now this is what I call real poetic justice!

UPDATE: IN 2017 Linda Ellis sold the copyright for The Dash to Mac Anderson, a wealthy publisher and author. If you paid off Linda Ellis, share your story of abuse and harassment and request a refund of extorted monies paid to Linda Ellis.  Contact Mac Anderson at Simple Truths.

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