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Did Banca Zarattini just filed a fake GDPR request through Didac Sanchez's Eliminalia?

In a desperately mad fuite-en-avant, a number of thugs involved in Venezuela's gargantuan corruption are taking actions against this site. When DDoS and hacking attempts no longer produce expected results, novel ways are being used. Somebody on Frank Leon Holder's behalf took the trouble to file a DMCA request with Google, arguing that content originated in this website was a breach to "their copyrights". It was so brazen that it is worth repeating: