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Princeton University sends cease-and-desist nastygram to

Princeton University sends cease-and-desist nastygram to
Princeton University sends cease-and-desist nastygram to

[One addendum: It's true that the Princeton bookstore is selling DRM'd 
ebooks. But the Princeton bookstore is independent of the university. 
Perhaps the university resents the implied affiliation? --Declan]

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [IP] more on   Princeton U. contumacy
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 11:09:36 -0400
From: Paul Levy  
To: ,  

I don't see the shield to which the Princeton lawyers are referring.
Surely engadget didn't take DOWN the Princeton trademark, used fairly as
an illustration for the story?  What cowards, if so.

Time for everyone to start using the shield to illustrate their
comments on how stupid Princeton's lawyers are........

Paul Alan Levy
Public Citizen Litigation Group
1600 - 20th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20009
(202) 588-1000 

>>> David Farber  08/10/05 06:11AM >>> 

Begin forwarded message:

From: "Dr. James J. O'Donnell"  
Date: August 9, 2005 6:11:26 PM EDT
Subject: Princeton U. contumacy

Dave, Princeton has announced this program to "sell" rights-managed
textbooks to ugrads.  Actually allows downloading one heavily
copy-protected pdf to one machine.  All very silly and the object of a
fair amount of criticism, such as: 

What's unusual about that is that Princeton's lawyers responded to
posting and made it clear where they stand on protecting intellectual

Jim O'Donnell

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