On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 10:09:54AM +0100, Niall Walsh mentioned:
> So it seems that he simply has an extra person involved in the loop (the
> credit card owner who paid for the site) and he wants to try and clean
> this out. I am not overly surprised that
> errorcom^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Heircom want this gone, but does anyone think
> they have a leg to stand on? Is satire illegal now?
No. The usual avenue of attack is use of trademark, if the logo's are too
similar, and easily confused.
Most companies don't want to drag it through the news.
What would be funny is to backfire it on eircom, and send the URL into
"The Last Word" or some such...they'd publicise it...
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