Re: [Full-disclosure] Re: Case ID 51560370 - Notice of ClaimedInfringement
From: Anders Breindahl (skrewz_at_skrewz.dk)
To: email@example.com Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 01:33:37 +0200
Well, a friend of mine also got a mail like this once. This letter consisted
of approximately the same that yours did -- the difference being, that he had
never seen the file, nor heard of it.
I would tend to say that this -- if you believe me, again believing in my
trust to my friend -- makes your idea of their investigation methods
I actually received your post to FD as a warning of an upcoming new wave of
spam... Or what ever annoying Internet-abuse is called in general terms.
Regards, Anders Breindahl.
On Friday 08 April 2005 01:10, Jason Coombs wrote:
> Come on, people, get a clue.
> The copyright owner has authorized the forensic investigators to download
> the infringing material. If it was there, according to a forensic
> investigator, then you have to prove it was not.
> Please stop viewing the world as a level playing field populated by
> absolutes. By design, and by intent, the world is not a level playing field
> - if you are a consumer, a renter, and a worker then you are a slave to
> producers, owners, and employers.
> Live with it, or don't, but to live while grossly misunderstanding it is
> truly absurd.
> Jason Coombs
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