Beneficiary of Fake DMCA:
- Dr. Nivedita Bajaj
- Address: 25 Upland Drive, Hatfield, United Kingdom, AL9 6PT
Phone: 01438 737775
- Perjury, Impersonation, Identity-theft, Misrepresentation
Fake Link/Website Used:
- Times of India
Date of Submission:
- February 22, 2018
ANALYZING THE FAKE DMCA
Straight to analysis. Here are the details of the fake DMCA submitter –
And this is what the complaint mentioned –
Times of India is a leading News Agency in India. However, they have nothing to d with this free blog – http://times-of-indias.blogspot.com which couldn’t even spell India correctly.
The idea was simple. Create a fake website, plant the news article, backdate it and claim it to be the original.
However, the claim that Dailymail.co.uk will even attempt to copy news stories from a free blog is ludicrous. We however had to do the due-diligence and contacted them, and confirmed what we always believed.
Now, the question arises – there were two doctors named in these articles. Which one is probably behind this fake DMCA? Dr. Gerald Hanson or Dr. Nivedita Bajaj?
A quick look at both of their Google Reputation suggests that the latter is the one who recently initiated a Reputation Management Campaign for herself. New articles, new blogs, new web properties, all in order to suppress the negative links. Which is totally fine, as long as it is done the right away. Ethically.
Dr. Nivedita Bajaj has had a problem with malpractice, and it seems she is still the same. No responsibility, and no fear of law and accountability.
SO WHAT WERE THEY TRYING TO HIDE ?
This case is one that involves the death of a little girl due to medical negligence. This is what the article wrote about this lady –
A doctor accused of misdiagnosing a dying girl’s condition accepted she made mistakes while working under “very busy” conditions in A&E. It is claimed that Dr. Nivedita Bajaj thought the child was suffering from chicken pox and as a result did not give her the right treatment and lost vital time. Despite admission at 8.30pm, Dr. Nivedita Bajaj did not contact the child’s own doctor at St Mary’s Hospital where she was being treated for a rare blood disorder known as diamond blackfan anaemia until 11pm.
EDITOR’S COMMENT : For those who might ask – ‘why and how do we interject that ‘Dr. Nivedita Bajaj’ has something to do with this fake DMCA. Couldn’t it be a coincidence ?’, we will say this – When someone goes and creates a whole new fake news site, falsifies his/her identity and submits fake DMCA to try and de-list some very targeted content on Google, it signals intent and a plan. It is obvious that ‘Dr. Nivedita Bajaj’ or someone they hired was directly involved in this crime. Dr. Nivedita Bajaj also cannot plead ignorance in this matter, since this notice on Google search is hard to miss, really.