There was no disclaimer about posting rights. This is all it said:
Since I was the "most active" poster, I do have a right to ask them to remove all my posts and articles. If the seller didn't actually have right to the posts, then how can he sell the data to another person? The data is what was actually driving traffic to the site and, without it, the site would be worth a lot less than it was.
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The original owner's state is Idaho, I have no idea about the buyer but I know the site is now hosted in Los Angeles.