Beneficiary of Fake DMCA:
- Royal Gurkhas Institute of Training
- Perjury, Impersonation, Identity-theft, Misrepresentation
Fake Link/Website Used:
Date of Submission:
- February 17, 2018
ANALYZING THE FAKE DMCA
On Feb 17, 2018, World News Hub filed a (fake) DMCA claiming that a News Article published by them on their FREE BLOG world-newshub.blogspot.com , was copied by the biggest News Agency in Australia – ABC.net.au .
Quite fanciful. Usually, the above 2 lines should constitute enough evidence to call BS upon this DMCA notice.
But we will go further. Royal Gurkhas Institute of Training is the beneficiary, and it’s a big detour for what the stand for.
Who are the Gurkhas?
“Better to die than be a coward” is the motto of the world-famous Nepalese Gurkha soldiers who are an integral part of the British Army.
They are tough, they are brave, they are durable, they are amenable to discipline.
Sullying the good names of Gurkhas by committing fraud, perjury and impersonation is truly unfortunate. We will ensure that appropriate actions are taken to hold the people responsible for this indefensible decision to be held accountable.
SO WHAT WERE THEY TRYING TO HIDE ?
Here is what was published online for RGIT –
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has cancelled the registration of Gurkhas Institute of Technology Pty Ltd (registered training organisation (RTO) number 22088) as a provider of vocational education and training (VET) services.
It has also suspended all diploma-level and higher qualifications from the scope of registration of The Australian Academy of Business Pty Ltd (RTO number 32138).
We must however mention that this all cleared up soon. This update was published on the same News Article weeks later –
The RGIT challenged the Australian Skills Quality Authority’s decision to cancel its accreditation, and in November 2017 it was allowed to continue operating after agreeing to a number of data retention and reporting conditions. They included a quarterly data report, a register of student complaints, retention of student assessments for 12 months and a list of training workplaces.
Unfortunately, this illegal attempt to try and remove this article from search engines may end up in negative links permanently posted on Google #1 page.
EDITOR’S COMMENT : For those who might ask – ‘why and how do we interject that ‘Royal Gurkhas Institute of Training’ 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 ‘Royal Gurkhas Institute of Training’ or someone they hired was directly involved in this crime. Royal Gurkhas Institute of Training also cannot plead ignorance in this matter, since this notice on Google search is hard to miss, really.