Pursuers of moral rectitude, you have no better friend than online video.
The latest head in the pillory belongs to none other than Michael Crook, the ironically- and aptly-named ne’er-do-well who, in an attempt to have embarrassing photos of himself removed from 10 Zen Monkeys and other sites, sent false DMCA takedown claims to the sites’ ISPs.
Unfortunately for Crook, the photos in question belonged to Fox News (specifically, from this appearance on Hannity & Colmes), and a provision in the DMCA provides consequences for those who misrepresent themselves as a copyright owner.
And, despite his settlement, Crook continues to seek attention and recently released a video arguing against the fair use provisions in copyright law. Well, by arguing I mean whining, and by whining I mean get a haircut, John Stamos.