It the latest effort by the now almost notorious George Pappas Jr he filed a DCMA complaint with Google.  You can see the DMCA complaint here.

Unfortunately when submitting the complaint Mr. Pappas apparently failed to read this:

I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in the notification is accurate and that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.

The reality is that I never used a picture from Mr. Pappas’ website and, in fact, it is easily verifiable by the fact that his website wasn’t even registered until Jan 24, 2011 — well after any images and/or information appeared on this site.  So I think swearing under the penalty of perjury that the images were taken from his site was a bit risky.  And I, of course, will dispute it.

You know, the sad thing is that even the people he has robbed of their money have agreed not to pursue a refund any further.  So I am not sure why George keeps insisting on digging this up.  George, move on with your life.  You are in my prayers.