A few weeks ago my blog was shut down by WordPress as an indirect result of a third party issuing a DMCA takedown notice direct to WordPress and falsely claiming in that notice that he had sent me an email warning about a particular blogpost.
In my amended counterclaim I pointed to the evidence that the complainant had not issued any such email to me (his posted evidence showed he had turned his system clock back -- I won't go into all the verifying details here, though).
When I saw my blogpost had been made "private" -- this was in the early hours of a morning (between 3 am and 6 am my time) I presumed my co-blogger had made a mistake and republished it. Before I knew what was happening my blog was shut down.
I immediately contacted WordPress, thinking it was a mistake, and only after that was the earlier WordPress takedown notice brought to my attention. (I don't normally consult my personal email between 3 and 6 am -- nor even till later, usually after I finish work later in the day.)
Now I have been notified that the complainant has not responded to my reply to his take-down notice and have been given permission to make that post public again.
I see the original takedown notice as frivolous, malicious and perjured.
What processes do I follow to seek some redress?
The blog I need help with is vridar.wordpress.com.