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RE: ETKA CD's
suggestions for what, exactly. selling them privately is
at the risk - and probably relatively minor risk - of the
buyers and seller. if it was me, i'd do it thru some kind
of hotmail address with forged information. i brought up
my points at the suggestion of getting monies from the
sales to the q-list, etc. selling audi's copyrighted
material to fund someting audi-related that even uses their
trademark name is bound to set off alarms. this is all
archived, by the way. the alarms could go off years
On Tue, 29 Jun 1999, Iain Atkinson wrote:
]if we can't do it publicly any suggestions on how we can do it?
]> -----Original Message-----
]> From: c a l i b a n [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
]> Sent: 28 June 1999 22:28
]> To: Iain Atkinson
]> Cc: email@example.com
]> Subject: Re: ETKA CD's
]> On Mon, 28 Jun 1999, Iain Atkinson wrote:
]> ]Is Audi really going to be that worried by a relatively small
]> group of pro
]> ]Audi enthusiasts having a copy of their parts microfiche on CD.
]> they could very well be upset at that. there's a reason
]> people copyright things. the real question is: is it
]> worth the risk to blatantly, publicly, under a name that
]> ends in .com, sell comyrighted information?
]> The whole
]> ]internet has been built in some way on people copying software,
]> i'd like to see your statistics and sources for this
]> statement. even if it's true, it certainly wouldn't
]> hold up in court to say that it's ok to steal someone's
]> stuff because it's been done before, or because everybody
]> does it.
]> ]Audi I am
]> ]sure have bigger battles to fight than worrying about a few
]> CD's. I mean you
]> ]can download it from an ftp server in Russia, why not put on a better one
]> ]closer to home?
]> they might worry - it's about risk. is the ftp server
]> in russia authorized to have that? if not, will russian
]> law officials shut it down if requested?
]> for disclaimer information - yes i have copies of things
]> i have not paid for - softwware, music, whatever. you're
]> eright in that most people do this sort of thing. the
]> point i am raising is that it ups the ante to do it in
]> public, for money, and may not be worth the additional
]> risks involved.
]> rocky mullin
]> two strokes are faster than four!
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]> '83 ur-q - yamaha rz350 - suzuki ts250 - chaotic good
two strokes are faster than four!
this message was composed using the vi editor.
'83 ur-q - yamaha rz350 - suzuki ts250 - chaotic good