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Cease and Desist Notices

The Church of Scientology is the most litigious church in the world.

Here is a list of some of the Cease and Desist demands made by the church through their legal representatives around the world.

This represents almost an obsession with protecting trademark and copyright. Why?

The Catholic church does not see fit to embark on such a paranoid approach against it's paritioners. Neither does the Orthodox Jewish church, or the muslim movement, or the buddhist, The Tao, The Quakers, the Mormons, the Christian Scientists, or any other religious body or faith for that matter.

The Church of Scientology also has the most people excommunicated (also called declared) in the world. Even surpassing the Catholic in it's hey day.

In fact in one year 2000 people were declared. Almost all the original scientologists that worked with Ron, including his own wife, have been declared as being suppressive people. 90 percent of these since Ron Hubbard died and the new 'regime' took over. See example list of declared scientologists

References:

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cease and desist
dmca
wikipedia
chilling effects

Here is a short list of some C&D notices.

Scientology Complains that Advanced Technology appears in Google Groups, Religious Technology Center, October 29, 2005

Scientology complains of Archived copyright and trademark, Religious Technology Center ("RTC"), Bridge Publications, Inc.

("BPI")

Church of Scientology International ("CSI") and the L. Ron Hubbard Library, October 11, 2005

Scientologists Dislike the Truthaboutscientology.com, Church of Scientology Western United States, Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International, Church of Scientology Flag Ship Service Organization, Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization and unspecified others, September 30, 2005

Scientology Complains that Advanced Technology appears in Google Groups, Religious Technology Center, September 20, 2005

Scientology objects to "ScienTOMogy", Religious Technology Center, September 14, 2005

Scientology Unhappy With Post on Google Groups, Religious Technology Center, August 22, 2005

Scientologists Say Hurry Up With The Takedown, Religious Technology Center, April 20, 2005

Group posting allegedly over the "Edge", Star's Edge International, April 15, 2005

Scientology Raises Another Objection, Church of Scientology, April 1, 2005

Scientologist's Counsel Dianetrically Opposed to Posting Copyrighted Work on Internet Without Authorization, Religious Technology Center, February 17, 2005

Scientology Complains to Google (#10), RTC, September 19, 2003

Scientology Complains to Google (#11), Bridge Publications (Scientologists), September 19, 2003

Scientology Complains to Google (#9), Religious Technology Center, August 26, 2003

RTC Rides Again, Religious Technology Center (RTC), June 30, 2003

Scientology Complains to Google (#8), Religious Technology Center, June 11, 2003

Scientology claims copyright and trademark infringement, Church of Scientology, Religious Technology Center, January 31, 2003

Scientology Hits a Host, Religious Technology Center, December 16, 2002

Religious Technology Center disapproves again, Religious Technology Center (Scientology), December 13, 2002

Scientology complains ScientologyWatch infringes trademark, Religious Technology Center (Scientology), November 20, 2002

Scientology Complaint to Google (#7), Religious Technology Center, August 15, 2002

Scientology Complaint to Google (#6), Religious Technology Center, June 19, 2002

Scientology Complaint to Google (#5), Religious Technology Center, April 29, 2002

Scientology Complaint to Google (#4), Religious Technology Center and Bridge Productions, April 18, 2002

Scientology Complaint to Google (#3), Religious Technology Center and Bridge Productions, April 10, 2002

Scientology Complaint to Google (#2), Religious Technology Center and Bridge Publications, April 9, 2002

Google Asked to Delist Scientology Critics (#1), Church of Scientology, March 8, 2002

RTC Overreaches Again, RTC, January 3, 2002

Scientology opposes truthaboutscientology.com, Religious Technology Center, December 11, 2001

Posting of Scientology excerpts, Religious Technology Center

Sperrung Ihrer Domains, Church of Scientology

CafePress.com IP Policy, Scientology

RTC Notices Another, Religious Technology Center.

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