Ironheaddirectrix Tina Tyler writes that the site I'd listed as hers in a recent insightful and provocative post was instead one maintained by people pirating her image.
Like the language of Mordor, I shan't utter the bogus site name here.
"It's owned by some bastards who are using my name and likeness for profit without my permission," she said, "or, I suspect, the proper 2257 compliance."
Tyler's officemate, Lexington Steele, last year won back his eponymous domain from Tsarist squatters.
Tyler's real site is here.