Jehovah's Witnesses and legal warfare: What it looks like in the trenches - 2019-04-14

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F347.png Jehovah's Witnesses and legal warfare: What it looks like in the trenches April 14, 2019, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Yesterday we listened in on Lloyd Evans, Mark O'Donnell and the Electronic Frontier Foundation talking about Watch Tower's attempt to "dox" Darkspilver, who has posted critical information about the Jehovah's Witnesses organization at Reddit.

We've seen Witnesses say in our comments that Watch Tower should have the right to defend its copyrights, and that ex-JWs who violate those copyrights deserve to be taken to court.

But taking a look at the actual documents filed in Darkspilver's case reveals how much Watch Tower is on a mission to intimidate critics rather than defend its proprietary material.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Jehovah's Witnesses and legal warfare: What it looks like in the trenches | url = https://tonyortega.org/2019/04/14/jehovahs-witnesses-and-legal-warfare-what-it-looks-like-in-the-trenches/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = April 14, 2019 | accessdate = April 15, 2019 }}