Ron Paul Files International Copyright Complaint Against His Own Fans

Ron Paul has filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization against the proprietors of and, according to a blog post on their site on Friday.

The authors of see the move as the ultimate betrayal from a politician who, more than many others, depended on an astounding level of grassroots support on the Internet in order to keep his longshot presidential campaigns running.

“Last month, after Ron Paul expressed regret on the Alex Jones show over not owning (in an interview titled “Ron Paul: The Internet Is Our Last Chance to Awaken America”), dozens of supporters urged us to contact Ron Paul to work out a deal,” the owners of write.

They say they offered Paul the use of as a “free gift” but wanted to keep Their price, should Paul really want, was $250,000.

Read more at BuzzFeed.



  1. Rudie says:

    Not sure what the big deal is here. It’s his name, I can’t say I blame him for wanting the domain that features his name. Sad to see people still slandering him even after he’s retired from office.