Monday, 7 December 2009

++Common Purpose Exposed Site Has Been Taken Down++

cpexposed.com has been the subject of a take down notice!




Please spread the word as fast as possible . . .


This from John Walker:

cpexposed.com has been taken down by the web hosting company, Hostgator, as the result of a complaint by Common Purpose alleging copyright infringement.


The shut down notice from Common Purpose can be downloaded
from here


We are puzzled since all the documentation is in the public domain, and has been for some considerable time.


Maybe this has happened because we recently posted information from Common Purpose’s own website showing the links between the Scottish paedophile James Rennie and the Common Purpose organisation. Are we getting too close to the truth? How many other paedophiles are protected by Common Purpose networks and their secretive Chatham House confidentiality rules?


Spread the word. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible. 

Regards,
John Walker 

 


12 comments:

Edgar said...

Indeed. This new game of getting websites shut down is getting very tedious.

It needs to be strongly resisted.

Anonymous said...

Originally from here:

http://www.ukcolumn.org/cp-exposed-takedown/

Don't Give Up The Day Job said...

Wonderful!!!!

I'm banned from youtube because of an inoffensive Common Purpose video that was made in fucking March - and now this....

Every time I think that Common Purpose is no more than another New Labour political quango, they arouse my suspicions yet again.

Old Holborn said...

"Caroline and Jonathan have two children, William (1994) and Rosie (1996). As a family they are keen cyclists and sports enthusiasts"

When will they learn just how big and uncontrollable the internet is?

St Paul said...

A Freedom of Information request seems a handy light to shine into a dark corner and appears extensively used.

http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/search/"Common Purpose"/bodies/"

Dick Puddlecote said...

Common Purpose getting tetchy, huh?

Interesting to note that under FOI guidelines, the public sector body which releases copywright material is allowed to do so, but the recipient is subject to copywright infringement if they tell anyone else, in whatever form that may be.

Any other arrangement and CP would be applying to HMG to sue for copywright infringement instead.

You live and learn, and the public still get screwed.

Get Smart said...

UK gets more like North Korea everyday.

VotR said...

Remember to export and back up your work / blog often. If copies remain after a takedown, then at least they may be published elsewhere.

And it will piss 'them' off as well.

Dirty bastards that they are, getting dirtier by the day.

Anonymous said...

Strange anything to do with Scottish paedophiles gets removed by orders of the Labour party. The same was done with Dunblane where Lord Cullen sealed the evidence for 100 years.

Darren said...

I wrote something then deleted it and wrote this instead. I was a witness at the child abuse inquiry in north wales, chaired by the now Honourable Lord Ronald Waterhouse. I'm too scared to write what I've been told for fear of the suits who came to my house one morning. I've got a family.

debt said...

A Freedom of Information request seems a handy light to shine into a dark corner and appears extensively used.

Anonymous said...

Newsflash: you're in North korea already , mate. Don't blame the messenger. smile

Revolt. Or at least phone somebody.