CINCINNATI (TDB) -- Nate Livingston has launched a new blog that he's calling Operation Heightened Contradiction. His Cincinnati Black Blog is unavailable to the public while it is "under review" for possible terms of service violations. Livingston recently posted some Social Security numbers on CBB that he said belonged to persons he considers enemies, and there may be other objections about possible privacy violations beyond that. Livingston hasn't yet explained online what is taking place between himself and the Internet powers at Google, who own Blogspot, the site that hosts Cincinnati Black Blog. That said, Nate is back in attack mode and still raising considerable amounts of hell aimed at his enemies.
Scott Piepho at Pho's Norka Pages reckons Google smacked down the Cincinnati Black Blog because Livingston "promised to publish whatever confidential information he could lay his hands on about his opponents in a the [child] custody dispute." Pho believes Nate has embraced a ruthless school of revenge. Pho also shows that the Google content policy appears to be a barrier in the way of Livingston's threat to expose person information on the Web:
"We do not allow the unauthorized publishing of people's private and confidential information, such as credit card numbers, Social Security numbers and other license numbers."
At the moment, that type of material does not seem to show up in the posts now on Livingston's new blog, Operation Heightened Contradiction. They seem to be edited versions of what originally appeared on Cincinnati Black Blog before the Google smackdown.