use perjure in a sentence.
You do realize that Dropbox submitted the DMCA request under penalty of perjury, and that if it was in fact incorrect Dropbox has perjured themselves?
And if they do put 2 and 2 together, now you have perjured yourself, not just refused to testify.
Yes it is, which is why I really felt President Clinton should have resigned when he was proven to have perjured himself in the Monica Lewinsky investigation.
You can do that, but you perjure yourself in the process, and won't take it down permanently.
This power is reserved for those secure enough against legal backlash to perjure themselves.
Have you considered the scenario where a valid DMCA takedown notice is sent by a legitimate copyright holder, but the infringer sent a perjured counterclaim?
No, the point of the 5th is that you cannot be compelled to give testimony against yourself (which is under oath and for which you will go to jail if you perjure yourself.
I don't have many memories of this happening in the recent past, a poignant example would be when CBS refused to air a story on 60 Minutes about how Tobacco executives perjured themselves about their awareness of nicotine’s addictiveness.
Can't believe I am suggesting this but anonymous just needs to have "Takedown Fridays" where they target the service of their choice and perjure away to their hearts' content.
Between the anti-authoritarian and cynical writing, the 2002-10 trolling habit (long story; kids, don't fucking troll), the leak of Google's "calibration score" mess, the liberal use of profanity, the knowledge of altered consciousness (looked into doing a startup helping treat addictions w/ binaural beats), the blog post that cost VC-funded startups millions, and the fact that the CEO of a prominent startup made a personal campaign out of ruining my reputation (for, one year ago tomorrow, refusing to perjure myself on his behalf)...
I'll also offer this up: If you or I were called to testify before a Congressional committee and we perjured ourselves with blatant lies, then later admitted it, don't you think there would be some repercussions?
When our public servants can perjure themselves before Congress, then they are fitting of the description morally bankrupt.