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'Wir erlauben ihnen nicht diesen Code anzuzeigen'
« on: October 21, 2007, 11:31:34 AM »

Ich war nicht sicher, ob ich dies in der Rubrik "Dumm wie ein Deutscher" einsortieren soll, denn der hochgeschätzte Herr hat alle Voraussetzungen dafür, ein Volldeutscher zu sein...

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derStandard.at | WebStandard | Netzpolitik | Copyrights
21.10.2007 17:17

Copyright, absurd

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Anspruch

Die Rechtsanwaltsfirma [Dozier Internet Law] ... weist ... in den -
beeindruckend umfangreichen - Benutzungsbedingungen zur eigenen Webpage
unter anderem darauf hin, dass es explizit verboten ist, sich den
HTML-Code der Seite anzeigen zu lassen.

Dies hört sich dann in etwa so an:

Eigentum

"Wir besitzen allen Code, auch den HTML Code und alle Inhalte. Wie Sie
vielleicht wissen, kann man den HTML Code mit einem üblichen Browser
anzeigen lassen. Wir erlauben ihnen nicht diesen Code anzuzeigen, da wir
diesen als unser geistiges Eigentum betrachten, das durch die
Coprightgesetze geschützt wird."

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the rest of the story:
http://derStandard.at/Text/Corporate/?id=3082168


http://www.cybertriallawyer.com/user-agreement   Der Mond ist aus Käse, die Erde eine Scheibe und der Papst evangelisch...


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RUEBENKRAUT

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Wir erlauben ihnen nicht diesen Code anzuzeigen,
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2019, 12:35:42 PM »

Die ganze Domain dieser Intelligenzbolzen ist im Eimer.  ;D


http://www.cybertriallawyer.com/

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
   <title>Database Error</title>

</head>
<body>
   <h1>Error establishing a database connection</h1>
</body>
</html>


"Database Error". Sauber auf die Schnauze gefallen.  ;D

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RUEBENKRAUT

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'Wir erlauben ihnen nicht diesen Code anzuzeigen'
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2019, 12:57:24 PM »

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We first heard of John W. Dozier when we read a blog by the Public Citizen Litigation Group concerning a cease & desist letter that his firm sent on behalf of DirectBuy. The blog article, titled Don't Post This Cease And Desist Letter Or Else.shtml, was a great example of over-reaching by a company alleging defamation and the extremes that corporate lawyers will go to on behalf of their clients. He describes himself as being recognized as a "SUPER LAWYER" on his web site. We see nothing "super" about him except his ego and his ability to misrepresent the facts. We think perhaps that's the secret of his claimed "success".

The cease & desist letter signed by Donald E. Morris, Esq, of Dozier Internet Law, P.C., makes the usual outrageous allegations of defamation and a host of what we call silly assertions by a bottom-feeder. One silly assertion is the claim that the cease and desist letter is copyrighted and that posting it would subject the poster to "legal causes of action".

This got us real curious. Usually, a simple-minded cease and desist isn't enough to get us going. But when we find what we consider to be copyright misinformation (read lawyerly lie) posted on a legal web site, that gets us going. The "misinformation" about which we speak is the "press release" posted by Dozier on PRWeb. Any fool can post a "press release" on PRWeb. We know. We did in 2003. Dozier uses the "press release" to mischaracterize the nature of the federal court ruling that he claims "Federal Court Recognizes Copyright Rights In Cease And Desist".

Click here to read the "press release" and click here to read our rebuttal. Basically, Dozier presents the case as though there were a federal court ruling that says a cease and desist letter has copyright protection and posting it is copyright infringement. But, the actual court "Report and Recommendation" (edited by Dozier) that he posted contradicts the "professional opinion" offered by Dozier. Usually we obtain our own copy of court decisions to confirm what a lawyer has said but we thought his posting was sufficient. Oh, were we wrong. He left out some interesting parts. FYI - the court decision was dated November 16, 2007 and the case was dismissed in its entirety December 7, 2007. To read the full "Report and Recommendation" [PDF format], click here.

The case involved a hearing to ...
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Hier geht es weiter: http://www.tabberone.com/Trademarks/HallOfShame/Dozier/Dozier.shtml

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