DMCA ABUSE ON YOUTUBE: ZYCOPOLIS SUBMITS 62 WEBFORM COPYRIGHT NOTICES FOR ONE FILM

YOUTUBE WEBFORM ABUSE
FAKE COPYRIGHT NOTICE
FALSE COPYRIGHT NOTICES
FRIVOLOUS COPYRIGHT NOTICES
FRAUDULENT COPYRIGHT NOTICES
CONSEQUENCES FOR BOGUS NOTICES
EVIDENCE OF REPEATED BOGUS NOTICES

 

FAKE COPYRIGHT NOTICE OF NON-EXISTENT VIDEO

My troubles began when Patrick Savey wrongfully claimed the video below, depicting the well known Werrason's Dancing Girls filmed in Kinshasa, (2006). I then confronted  him with the illegality of using the automated YouTube WebForm to file false Copyright Infringement notices. I pleaded with him to retract all bogus claims but he refused. Obviously, in his quest to prove to YouTube that he was right, he fabricated a fake URL. Eventually, somebody named Vincent from Zycopolis Productions retracted this video below, but refused to retract the other 31.

Werrason Dancing Girls: Fraudulent Copyright Takedown by Patrick Savey of Zycopolis Productions
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWPEnZU0y74

Re: Link to falsely claimed then retracted, re-uploaded video of Werrason’s Dancing Girls produced in Congo, Kinshasa (2006) and not by Patrick Savey previously on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baOXnaMgMj0

Below is a partial scan of a letter dated March 2, 2012 from Zycopolis’ Attorney with my address redacted for privacy. The letter lists the twelve (12) URLs purported to be videos with infringing material as claimed by Zycopolis. But hey Your Honor the Attorney, where did you get my private address? Obviously from YouTube through a counter-notice that I filed in July 2011. It specifically instructed Patrick Savey to file his claims in court since YouTube is not a court of law and there are no judges to adjudicate copyright disputes. I have labeled the URLs with numbers 1-12 in red and I will start by rebutting the fabricated video listed under URL link #9.

LINK TO VIDEO #9: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D1RMuYcABg

The notice to this URL is void because it is a fake link that never existed in my account. A click to the link displays a message that pops up on videos with bogus URLs that have never been available on YouTube.