Presented Without Comment: A Very Special Message From Brute Club
Via Direct Message on Twitter, an important announcement from Brute Club, a.k.a. “Brute XXX“:
Hey Zack [sic] I’m contacting all blogs separately. I may email you a version of this too, just so you have a formal record.
You may or may not have noticed that I haven’t used the full name “Brute Club” for almost half a year. The stage name “Brute Club” has been sold to a third party. A music group and a band will use the name in future to my knowledge.
This means they have a pending copyright claim to the name that will go through because I’ve signed a contract legally binding me from using the name.
They will have all search engine links with the name terminated through procedures such as the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ policy. They will also have full trademark rights through the European Union Trademarks Authority. Other procedures on other territories are beyond my knowledge but actively underway.
This email is just so you’re aware.
I would like to encourage you to protect your blog by removing any publications containing “Brute Club.” But that of course is down to how adamant you are about keeping dated publications.
Anything kept may become a copyright infringement dispute and could in the worst case have your site completely suspended from search engines. And even worse, to my knowledge.
They will have these links removed either way, but deleting them now will protect you from search engine suspension and any loss of revenue. So, it’s just not worth it in my opinion.
To my knowledge you only have two posts on me – both of which I like tbh. Saying that, they come up high and they’ll end up blocked:
If you have any questions let me know.
And if you have an idea for a new porn name you think will suit me then let me know. Now taking name submissions (and submissives) *wink*