Rumble Sues Demonetization Activist Group For Defamation

If you’re tired of censorship and dystopian threats against civil liberties, subscribe to Reclaim The Net. The formidable video-sharing platform and cloud services provider, Rumble, has brought a defamation case against Nandini Jammi and Claire Atkin, founders of Check My Ads. This organization, known for working to demonetize outlets by pressuring advertisers to stop running ads, stands accused of spreading false and damaging information about Rumble. The claim has been issued in a federal court in Florida, additionally implicating as yet unidentified individuals, referenced as John Does 1 through 10, who allegedly assisted in distributing the alleged falsehoods about Rumble. Distinguished United States defamation and First Amendment litigators, Clare Locke LLP, are championing Rumble’s case. We obtained a copy of the complaint for you here. Rumble prides itself on being an unapologetic bastion of free speech, offering an open platform for content creators and users, irrespective of their political persuasion. However, it often finds itself targeted by these anti-free speech campaigners through activism aimed at inflicting economic harm, as stated by Rumble Chairman and CEO Chris Pavlovski. “As an unapologetically free-speech platform, Rumble’s mission is to provide all content creators and users a place to speak, listen, and debate freely, regardless of their political perspective. When anti-free speech zealots, whose self-declared mission is to shut Rumble down, lie to inflict intentional economic harm on our company, we have no choice but to hold them accountable,” he said. “Defamation is not free speech. We have filed this lawsuit because we have…Rumble Sues Demonetization Activist Group For Defamation