Under U.S. Code › Title 17 › Chapter 5 › § 512 – Limitations on liability relating to material online.
(f) Misrepresentations —Any person who knowingly materially misrepresents under this section—
(1) that material or activity is infringing, or
(2) that material or activity was removed or disabled by mistake or misidentification,
shall be liable for any damages, including costs and attorneys’ fees, incurred by the alleged infringer, by any copyright owner or copyright owner’s authorized licensee, or by a service provider, who is injured by such misrepresentation, as the result of the service provider relying upon such misrepresentation in removing or disabling access to the material or activity claimed to be infringing, or in replacing the removed material or ceasing to disable access to it.
Hello, this is Detective Inspector Browning, calling from Interpol Crime Unit.Jon Williamson
We are the United Kingdom police, we’re able to travel to Holland…and we will arrest you.Jon Williamson
You slander me once more, I’m gonna come for you!…You place one more comment on your fucking wall, and we’ll come for you!…You’re going to see what danger is!Jon Williamson
I know where all of you are now…you won’t get away from me!Jon Williamson
You are digging yourself a very deep grave. Continue to annoy people and you will find yourself a nice semtex sandwich in the post. 🙂 okJon Williamson
Drive carefully, be careful where you tread, and what you open…Jon Williamson
I will send people to your daughter.Jon Williamson
I now send people to visit your daughter 🙂 you was warned.Jon Williamson
1. Submit a Disclosure Request to Norfolk Constabulary
Officially known as – REQUEST FOR DISCLOSURE OF POLICE INFORMATION UNDER SECTION 35 OF THE DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998
– the disclosure request is a formal UK law enforcement process the public can use to confirm the true identity of a criminal in order to proceed with charges and/or civil action.
The disclosure request is used:
- For the purpose of, or in connection with, any legal proceedings
(including prospective legal proceedings), or
- For the purpose of obtaining legal advice, or
- Is otherwise necessary for the purposes of establishing exercising or
defending legal rights.
Download a copy of the Section 35 form here >> REQUEST FOR POLICE DISCLOSURE
2. Report Criminal Activity Immediately to Norfolk Constabulary
Use this online form at Norfolk Constabulary to immediately submit relevant information regarding Williamson’s criminal exploits >> https://www.norfolk.police.uk/contact-us/report-something/report-crime
3. File a Formal Complaint About Norfolk Constabulary
Norfolk Constabulary has failed to protect the public from Jon Williamson’s criminal career since at least 2010. If you’re inclined to speak up and criticize their ability to perform their duties with any semblance of competence, this is where to do it. Read more about formal complaints here.
You can make a complaint in the following circumstances:
- if the conduct took place in relation to you
- you witnessed the conduct
- you were adversely affected by the conduct.
- You can make a complaint on behalf of someone else, provided you have that person’s written consent.
You have three avenues to submit complaints:
- in person, by going to a police station and asking to be seen by a supervisory officer – usually an Inspector or Sergeant
- by emailing email@example.com
- or in writing, by sending a letter with a full account of the incident to:
Professional Standards Department
4. Engage with Norfolk Constabulary on Social Media
5. Engage with Norwich Politicians
Clive Lewis is the Labour MP for Norwich South & Shadow Sec of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. Contact Mr. Lewis on Twitter or through his official website at http://www.clivelewis.org. However, we encourage you to contact him directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 01603 510755.
6. Report Ongoing IARF Fraud to Action Fraud
Jon Williamson fraud spree has been going strong since at least 2010 and it continues to this day. Everything he publishes as his many fake identities and in the name of his non-existent organization is considered fraud under current UK criminal law.
All fraud should be reported to Action Fraud – the national agency which deals specifically with fraud issues. You can report instances of fraud using their online fraud reporting tool or by calling them on 0300 123 2040. The information you provide will be referred to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, to be used in intelligence and investigation packages, and which may be forwarded to local police forces.
7. Easily Defend Yourself Against Abusive DMCA Takedown Notices
A DMCA Counterclaim or Counter Notice is submitted in response to a “valid” DMCA Takedown by the accused infringing website owner. It is then submitted to the service provider (OSP/ISP) after the DMCA Takedown notice has been submitted and after the content has been removed.
Once the service provider (ISP/OSP) has received a valid DMCA Counterclaim or Counter Notice they must wait 10-14 days before they re-activate or allow access to the claimed infringing content. Unless the copyright owner (complainant) files a order in court against the infringing site owner, the defendant (ISP / OSP subscriber) and demonstrates the order to the ISP/OSP.
If you have received a fraudulent DMCA Notice from Williamson/IARF/Depre and you have been informed by your web host or ISP, immediately respond with a DMCA Counter-Notice. Williamson CANNOT defend against a counter-claim as it would require him initiating a lawsuit, which he won’t do in fear of giving up his coveted “secret identity”. Any attempt by Williamson to pursue that option effectively proves he’s guilty of fraud (among other crimes) even before stepping foot in a courtroom.
The more familiar you are with the process, the less Williamson can illegally abuse it. If you need assistance we can help by providing additional identification information for Williamson to prove his takedown notices are illegal.
8. Consult With a Lawyer
If you have worked through any of the above steps, be sure to discuss them with your lawyer, and we will back you up with years of evidence as needed. Your lawyer will also be able to submit the disclosure order to Norfolk Constabulary. However, we cannot overstate the importance of getting a Cease and Desist Letter drafted and promptly sent to Williamson, and CC’d to Norfolk Constabulary for their records. Such a letter is mandatory to prevent further communications and obstruction from Williamson.
The body of evidence being collected against Williamson is greatly improved by every single official effort on your part. Don’t underestimate the cumulative effects of us all working together for justice.