Saturday, August 28, 2004
How Much Got "Lost in Translation" from Swedish?
Now this is amusing:
Date: Sat, 21 Aug 2004 18:21:43 -0100 (GMT)
Subject: Re: Unauthorized Use of DreamWorks SKG Properties
On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 KMWLAW@flash.net wrote:
Dennis L. Wilson, Esq.
KEATS McFARLAND & WILSON, LLP
9720 Wilshire Blvd., Penthouse Suite
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Tel: (310) 248-3830
Fax: (310) 860-0363
August 23, 2004
VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL AND U.S. MAIL
Re: Unauthorized Use of DreamWorks SKG Properties
To Whom It May Concern:
This letter is being written to you on behalf of our client, DreamWorks SKG (hereinafter "DreamWorks"). DreamWorks is the exclusive owner of all copyright, trademark and other intellectual property rights in and to the "Shrek 2" motion picture. No one is authorized to copy, reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use the "Shrek 2" motion picture without the express written permission of DreamWorks.
As you may be aware, Internet Service Providers can be held liable if they do not respond to claims of infringement pursuant to the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). In accordance with the DMCA, we request your assistance in the removal of infringements of the "Shrek 2" motion picture from this web site and any other sites for which you act as an Internet Service Provider.
We further declare under penalty of perjury that we are authorized to act on behalf of DreamWorks and
that the information in this letter is accurate. Please contact me immediately to discuss this matter
The response is utterly priceless
"As you may or may not be aware, Sweden is not a state in the United States of America. Sweden is a country in northern Europe. Unless you figured it out by now, US law does not apply here.
For your information, no Swedish law is being violated.
Please be assured that any further contact with us, regardless of medium, will result ina) a suit being filed for harassment;It is the opinion of us and our lawyers that you are fucking morons, and that you should please go sodomize yourself with retractable batons.
b) a formal complaint lodged with the bar of your legal counsel, for sending frivolous legal threats.
Please also note that your e-mail and letter will be published in full on http://www.thepiratebay.org.
Go fuck yourself.
Polite as usual,
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