While I was away and traveling, I received the following e-mail:
From: LiveJournal Abuse Prevention Team <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Date: Fri, May 14, 2010 at 7:51 PM Subject: Your LiveJournal Account [89-1098415] Mailed-by: livejournal.com Dear LiveJournal user vardomskiy, We have received a report, properly formatted under the provisions set forth by United States law, indicating that the following entries violate the copyright of another: http://vardomskiy.livejournal.com/863.html http://vardomskiy.livejournal.com/2025.html http://vardomskiy.livejournal.com/2225.html http://vardomskiy.livejournal.com/2352.html http://vardomskiy.livejournal.com/1702.html http://vardomskiy.livejournal.com/2838.html As such, we have suspended these entries. If you feel that this report is in error or that your use of the material falls under one of the categories permitted under copyright law, you are entitled to file a counter-notification, also under the provisions of U.S. law; please contact us for information on how to do this. Filing a counter-notification indicates that you are willing to defend yourself in court against a charge of copyright infringement, and you may be bound by civil and possibly criminal penalties if you are found liable. Regards, Eric LiveJournal Abuse Prevention Team
I am in contact with an attorney, and am investigating what my options are.
P.S. I do not grant permission for re-aggregation and re-distribution of this post (or any other of my posts) to the scammers at dmca-services.com or brokencontrollers.com. As far as I can tell, both of these sites are RSS scalpers who are interesting in making money off other peoples' plight.