Within hours of saying they had desisted, The Internet Archive is once again criminally pirating my e-book and paperback book (vol 1 2nd ed) Nullius in Verba: Darwin's greatest secret This US organised cyber crime group has "not for profit" tax status. pic.twitter.com/0KsdAtqrEI— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) January 5, 2018
Yesterday (5. 1. 2018) the Internet Archive was criminally pirating my book and criminally engaging in identity theft by publishing on the the Internet Archive site that I had uploaded my own book to it. I consider this to be an act of criminal harassment and facilitating those engaged in serious criminal cyberstalking, harassment and malicious communications In response to this criminal activity facilitation, criminal piracy, cyber stalking, harassment, repeat victimization and identity theft, I have filed a report with the the FBI.
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"How, otherwise, can Western industrialised nations such as the USA seek diplomatic solutions to the copyright theft endemic in China and elsewhere when the Internet Archive has US "not for profit" status for being a book pirate website?" https://t.co/AbeAitToi3 pic.twitter.com/dLjlUvsl8G— Dr Mike Sutton (@Criminotweet) January 3, 2018