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Re: Lawyer request stop from downloading Debian

Joerg Schilling or LaForge too may be good sources of information.

-- Sriram

On 4/24/11, Stefano Zacchiroli <leader@debian.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 11:11:58AM +0100, MJ Ray wrote:
>> I agree.  I'm cc'ing the DPL to see if the project can ask SPI-inc.org
>> lawyers for assistance.  Do we have access to German legal expertise?
> I don't think it would be terribly useful to ask SPI for assistance, as
> they are mostly involved with US-based stuff, but I'll check with them
> nonetheless. In the meantime, the good contact point for German legal
> expertise to start with would be FFIS. I'm not sure if they have in
> house legal expertise, but they are SPI associate and take care of most
> legal/administrative Debian affairs in Europe.
> As I don't grok German myself, I would appreciate if someone who does
> can check with them directly (Cc:-ing me). Doing otherwise will only add
> extra hops.
> Nonetheless, and as I've already pointed out to others, I think the
> first step to do is to get hold of the original cease and desist
> mail. Has anyone managed to have it yet?
> Cheers.
> PS I'm not subscribed to -legal, please Cc:-me if you want to get my
>    attention.
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