Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
We should act in good faith always. Good faith means if
a "cloud of doubt" and they are
an undisputed owner of the materials in question, a good faith action
would be to remove it.
The biggest fly in that ointment is with establishing that they are the
undisputed owner. There are as many misconceptions about that as there
are about fair use. When that has been established it's good corporate
citizenship to remove the material when they ask nicely even if we could
win a court fight over fair use.