We waited, and waited and waited. Refreshed the mailbox daily. Nothing.

It’s no use.

But since this is so funny, we must share this with our readers and supporters.

On 17th August, we received an email from our host and registrar. Apparently, the lawyer of Ken Collis (TLK Fusion), one Mr. Matthew Staub from Pasha Law ([email protected]), has contacted them regarding some legal issues concerning Webactivism.com.

1- He complained that the article we published, exposing DMCA fraud and perjury benefiting Ken Collis, we defamatory. Apparently, truth, public data and evidence which prove guilt in a cyber crime, is defamatory according to Mr. Matthew Staub.

2- He filed a DMCA notice (the nerve) stating that we used his client’s photo without consent.

We simply don’t have the time and energy to justify the article – TLK Fusion Marketing – Ken Collis – Investigation for Fraud, Impersonation and Perjury – Fake Copyright Takedown Scam. You can read it and judge for yourself.

As for the DMCA notice, we could easily have pleaded to fair use policy. In its most general sense, a fair use is any copying of copyrighted material done for a limited and “transformative” purpose, such as to comment upon, criticize, or parody a copyrighted work. Such uses can be done without permission from the copyright owner.

However, we decided to have fun, and one of our talented supporters drew the same image we removed of Mr. Ken Collis. Here is Ken Collis, of TLK Fusion, in all his beautiful glory –


Here’s the legal notice sent by Matthew Staub on behalf of Ken Collis –



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