Beneficiary of Fake DMCA:
Fake Link/Website Used:
Date of Submission:
July 04, 2016
ANALYZING THE FAKE DMCA
http://newgenerationnews.esy.es/ was our favorite FAKE WEBSITE, and you have already heard a lot about it in our investigations. We found 31 fake DMCAs served up using this fake news site, hosted for FREE 😐 on www.esy.es , a free web-hosting platform by Hostringer.com.
The website has since been removed after we exposed these crimes. However, some parts of the website could be viewed through Google Archive, and we have documented all the evidence for future reference and for law enforcement authorities.
Searching for ‘site:newgenerationnews.esy.es‘ on Google delivers only 45 results.
Let’s analyze the article in question, on the website which claims to be the actual source –
- There is no entity registered as ‘New Generation News Network‘ in USA. And it’ll be a while before LAtimes.com would need to leech content from a 4 month old fake news site hosted on a free domain/hosting.
- The website which this DMCA claims to have posted copyright content (from a free website visited only by 12 unique visitors in 2016) .
- The most recent entry on this website was 2 months ago. Prior to that, the recent entries were on May 28, 9th Feb, 5th Jan. Quite a news website…..
- Our investigation revealed that the fake DMCA was submitted by ‘[email protected]‘ . This email will probably be central to a proper investigation by relevant authorities
- This website, and Mr. Rajesh Kumar Singh, has been a serial violator and has knowingly committed perjury and misrepresented the facts. Have a look below, and imagine how brazen these fly-by-night Reputation firms have become. In May 2016 itself, this shitty website has filed 4 separate fake DMCAs for 11 unique and legitimate links to be de-indexed from Google.
SO WHAT WERE THEY TRYING TO HIDE ?
An article at LATimes.com published in 2012, which revealed that C. Frederick Wehba’s estate was sold at a bargain price. We have no idea how this news article affected C. Frederick Wehba or his real estate business BentleyForbes, but someone in his office hired a reputation firm to ‘get rid of this article’ from Google.
As the article says ‘ even the rich love a half-off sale’. They deserve the people they hire.
EDITOR’S COMMENT : For those who might ask – ‘why and how do we interject that ‘C. Frederick Wehba’ 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 ‘C. Frederick Wehba’ or someone he hired was directly involved in this crime. C. Frederick Wehba also cannot plead ignorance in this matter, since this notice on Google search is hard to miss, really.