It is time to evolve into something bigger. Something with a bit more purpose, relevance and current. After spending the last few years exposing the fake DMCA industry into oblivion, we’ve decided to evolve. Here is what’s happening at Webactivism now and what you can look forward to in the future –
We have now teamed up with actual investigators (unlike the current crop of keyboard warriors) and a host of forensic experts, bloggers and activists. Each with their own specific field of expertise. We have started developing Webactivism.com into a full-fledged platform for blogging, discussion, activism and crowd-funding.
The new Webactivism.com will be launched close to end of July 2019 (beta only), and we hope to evolve into a more stronger force than we are currently. If you want to be part of the journey, you can always email me at [email protected]
With this, we say goodbye to a few friends and members. We wish them the best of luck.
As for the articles and reports everyone expects us to publish, I’ve been given the charge of proof-reading and approving nearly 600 draft articles on fake DMCAs, and most importantly, on fake court orders filed by rogue reputation firms.
We will continue to expose the corrupt practices even in our new avatar.