THE DASH POEM - AUTHOR LINDA ELLIS FILES ANOTHER FALSE CLAIM WITH YOUTUBE
Linda Ellis has filed Privacy Complaint on the Dash for Cash and Live Your Cash videos. In 2013 she filed a FALSE DMCA NOTICE on multiple videos on multiple YouTube channels. YouTube found in our favor. She now claims this video violates her privacy because her name is in it. She continues to try to silence her targets and victims so she can continue The Dash Extortion Letter scheme. She continues to harass the extortionletterinfo.com community by filing false reports and making false claims about the members. This is a direct quote from the complaint she filed with YouTube: "The information reported as violating privacy is at Repeatedly throughout the video. This person is the partner of my convicted stalker. , My full name, Linda Ellis and information is repeated throughout the harassing, malicious video. This person has already made threats against me that were used in court to obtain a permanent protective order against her partner/team member/associate." (typos are Linda's)
MY ANSWER 1) I am not a partnership with anyone 2) The video is a factual account of a factual series of events perpetuated by Linda Ellis 3) All claims made in this video are factual - notice she does not dispute the facts, just that her name is associated with them 4) No record or evidence exists that I have ever harassed anyone, including Linda Ellis 5) Linda Ellis filed 3 FALSE DMCA NOTICES on my YouTube accounts and lied in those complaints 6) YouTube found this video to be in compliance 7) The case referenced above is currently on appeal. A large library of legal documents about the case can be publicly viewed on Scribd.com. Consult the Beware Don't Share blog for more information http://www.aprilbrown.com/copyright-infringement-the-das/
Can't get much sadder than Linda Ellis right now. She's run out of options having used up all her Jokers last year. A big fat pat on the back to us! We have put a big dent in the gravy train, exposed her scheme to tens of thousands of people, made documents available proving the deceptive practices of both Ellis and John W. Jolin. I highly recommend that you take the time to read through these and then search for more. There is a ton of information available on the Dash Extortion scheme. Don't be a fool. Wise up and speak up.
Automated letter from YouTube. Linda's complaint in bold.
Dear April Brown,
This is to notify you that we have received a privacy complaint from an individual regarding your content:
Video URLs: http://youtube.com/watch?v=52juUReXAmY
The information reported as violating privacy is at Repeatedly throughout the video. This person is the partner of my convicted stalker., My full name, Linda Ellis and information is repeated throughout the harassing, malicious video. This person has already made threats against me that were used in court to obtain a permanent protective order against her partner/team member/associate.
We would like to give you an opportunity to review the content in question and remove any personal information that may be used to uniquely identify or contact the complainant.
You have 48 hours to take action on the complaint. If you remove the alleged violation from the site within the 48 hours, the complaint filed will then be closed. If the potential privacy violation remains on the site after 48 hours, the complaint will be reviewed by the YouTube Team and may be removed pursuant to our Privacy Guidelines (http://www.youtube.com/t/privacy_guidelines). For content to be considered for removal, an individual must be uniquely identifiable by image, voice, full name, Social Security number, bank account number or contact information (e.g., home address, email address). Examples that would not violate our privacy guidelines include gamer tags, avatar names, and address information in which the individual is not named. We also take public interest, newsworthiness, and consent into account when determining if content should be removed for a privacy violation.
If the alleged violation is located within the video itself, you may have to remove the video completely. If someone's full name or other personal information is listed within the title, description, or tags of your video, you can edit this by going to My Videos and clicking the Edit button on the reported video. Making a video private is not an appropriate method of editing, as the status can be changed from private to public at any time. Because they can be turned off at any time, annotations are also not considered an acceptable solution.
We're committed to protecting our users and hope you understand the importance of respecting others' privacy. When uploading videos in the future, please remember not to post someone else's image or personal information without their consent. For more information, please review our Privacy Guidelineshttp://www.youtube.com/t/privacy_guidelines.