Lindell Hit With Legal Challenge Over “Vocl” Name

The Daily Beast reports:

On Lindell’s “Vocl” social media platform, users will be free to claim that a supercomputer stole the election from Donald Trump, or that vaccines are a tool of the devil.

Any new social media network faces serious challenges. But Vocl must grapple with a daunting problem before it even launches: a website called “Vocal,” spelled with an “A,” already exists.

On Thursday, lawyers for Vocal’s publicly traded parent company, Creatd, Inc., warned Lindell, in a letter reviewed by The Daily Beast, to change his social media network’s name and surrender ownership of the domain name. If Lindell refuses to change the name, he could face a lawsuit.

Read the full article. Yesterday Lindell declared that the security for Vocl is “unbreakable” – surely thrilling hackers worldwide.