Has the WTS called off their legal dogs?
Whatever happened to the Dirtclod.com issue?
Is there a Zip file for all the BOE letters?
I think the Watchtower got scared when Dirtclod shown evidence that disproved Watchtower legal threats.
Now, the letters have spread.
After reading and rereading the Society's letter, it seemed to me that I simply may have misworded my website making it appear that the Society directly sent the BOE letters to ME and I simply provided an outlet for the Society to showcase them. Someone even emailed me about this and confirmed what I thought. I have since changed the wording on the site and reallowed access to the gallery again. A link to my fair use and copyright notice sort of explains my position of where I stand now on this matter.
It basically is the same as www.internalmemos.com where individuals send in internal company memos or confidential emails or letters and this site posts them, most on a subscription basis. As long as they do not post any letters which contain proprietary information which leads to monetary loss for the company, it is legal to do so under the 1st amendment.
Besides, if I get an additional letter from their legal department, that's just another to add to the annals of internet free speech suppression.
Guess that code answers that!
Thanks Hamas, good job.
Jourles, if you read this, let us know if anything new has happened, enquiring minds want to know! lol
Double post!!!! Probably shouldn't just keep clickin'
Here are a few good links to check out on posting internal corporate letters:
- a site for lawyers - http://www.netforlawyers.com/memos.htm
- another site almost identical to internalmemos.com - http://www.interofficememo.com
- Cnet article on internalmemos.com - http://news.com.com/2100-1023-947251.html?tag=prntfr
- positive mention from Time magazine - http://www.time.com/time/insidebiz/article/0,9171,1101021104-384805,00.html
Many more links out there on this type of info leakage...
Check your messages, I sent you one asking about something I saw on dirtclod.