Just a follow-up here.
Here’s a link to the offending post (now amended, but you can click the link to the original):
You might be interested in noting that Joel Watts, who filed the DMCA claim against Vridar, changed his license after the fact from CC to a standard copyright. This really goes to the dishonesty of Watts who filed the complaint. It should be noted that the use of Watts’ blog post was embedded in a criticism of the post. The post was non-commercial, a criticism, under a CC license, and attributed properly to its author. The only strike against it was that it was reproduced in its entirety.
Here is the new copyright notice: