|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] PR Sub-committees first challenge [Fwd: [wwwac] Sunday 13 April 2003 New Yorkers for Fair Use Meeting: Call for Participation]]
They turned over the NYLXS.org domain.
They are still holding the NYFAIRUSE domains, which are also our trademarks.
We tried to settle with them, and trade it to them, but they have refused
Jay, BTW, aside from make a few meetings, helped NY Fair Use with exactly
1 1/2 actions amoung hundreds in nearly 2 years.
Brett helped in exactly 2.
On 2003.04.09 10:40 Dave Williams wrote:
> Okay, now I'm convinced that Jay is insane.
> Ruben, didn't you say that (as you predicted) Brett turned over
> ownership of NYFairUse to NYLXS? If so, that means they can't host the
> site anymore. I hope the Board has this in writing. Even operating
> under a different name, NYFairUse should not be discarded.
> I guess Jay is playing fast and loose with the names. "New Yorkers for
> Fair Use" is technically different, if an obvious violation of the
> spirit of the agreement. For what it's worth, the accomplishments he
> trumpets seem pretty insubstantial -- 6000 e-mail messages in support of
> his cause? What does that accomplish?
> Here's hoping that Michael is up to the challenge of being hard-nosed in
> the face of babbling clowns.
> - Dave
> On Wed, 2003-04-09 at 10:18, Ruben Safir wrote:
> > Micheal, this message by Jay needs to be answered on the WWWACS list.
> > They have refused our certified letter to sieze and desist from this
> > activity and they are using the NYLXS and NY Fair Use trademarks
> > NYLXS never worked with such an organization with Jay or Brett in charge.
> > They are damaging our reputation.
> > Ruben
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