Here’s another nice internet stalking fellow who moonlights as a sleazy internet blogger on Stopstealingphotos.com…..He uses the blog above to stalk, harass, and invade the privacy of other photographers under false and completely misunderstood principles of U.S. Law. First things first, let me state for the record that intellectual property rights violations may only be pursued or properly threatened to be pursued by their respective holders under U.S. law. Blogging about largely fabricated and fradulent claims of intellectual property rights infringement is just sleazy defamation. The respective holders of intellectual property who are part of major corporations already have legal staff ready to enforce their IP rights where they see fit. This man is a bully, a creep, and an internet based stalker and nothing else! Do not allow his delusions of grandeur to convince you into taking any of his legal or other threats seriously! The Iceland Academy of the Arts should be accordingly embarassed to have such a person affilliated with what I am sure is otherwise a fine intellectual institution. Why do I also have a feeling that the internet bullying Mr. Eric Wolf engages in via stopstealingphotos.com is in direct violation of the terms of any employment contract he has with the Iceland Academy….It’s probably under the morals or internet usage clause….
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