|Date:|| Wed, 22 Jul 1998 06:16:04 -0700 (PDT)|
|From:|| Paul Andrew Mitchell <firstname.lastname@example.org> | Block address|
|Subject:|| COPYRIGHT VIOLATION|
|CC:|| email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org||
Mr. Ram Samudrala
Department of Structural Biology
Stanford University School of Medicine
CALIFORNIA STATE, USA
Dear Mr. Samudrula,
You have now failed to produce any certified
evidence of the author's prior permission to
promote and/or host "The Federal Zone" anywhere
on the Internet, primarily because NO ONE EVER
GOT THIS AUTHOR'S PERMISSION TO DO SO and
NO SUCH PERMISSION WAS EVER GRANTED TO ANYONE!
You received lawful notice from us last Fall, and
you did nothing at that time about the violation
which we documented on your computers at
Stanford University. The industry standards
documented by the Software Publishers Association
contain a very clear definition of contributory
infringement (aka "indirect infringement").
We therefore refer you to Internet URL:
with the same legal force and effect now served
upon you, sir.
REMOVE ALL REFERENCES TO "The Federal Zone"
in any files, databases, or indexes presently
in your possession or control. This applies
as well to all known aliases for this book,
including but not limited to "fedzone",
"fed zone", "fedzone.zip" and the like, and
all known URL's whether or not they presently
link to valid web addresses.
This demand also applies to search indexes
where evidence(s) of your violation can be
found, now or at any time in the past.
If you do not comply with our desire to
remove this book entirely from the Internet,
we fully intend to prosecute you for criminal
violations of the applicable copyright laws.
I trust that I have made myself quite clear.
For someone with your brains, this notice
should be quite sufficient.
If we are incorrect about your brains, please
notify us that you need additional help.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Author (under a pen name)
copies: litigation files (pending)
copyright enforcement team
Stanford University officials
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