On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 3:08 AM, Ray Saintonge <saintonge(a)telus.net> wrote:
high-resolution copyrighted image littered with trademarks as
2. Immediately order poster of said image.
3. File against WMF, its chapter(s) and the printer for good measure
claiming [RI|MP]AA sized damages for copyright and trademark
submitting said poster(s) and invoice(s) as
I find your scenario too conspiratorial to be believable.
The first two steps are likely already done (actually step #2 is optional
anyway if the file sharing lawsuits are any metric). All we need now is for
a copyright/trademark holder (like Hanks Pediatric Eye Charts,
concurrently listed for sale and as a copyright violation for speedy
deletion) to get their nose out of joint and we're at #3 without any
I'll put it another way for you: Can anyone guarantee that the French
chapter are not offering copyrighted and/or trademarked material for sale,
(indirectly) for profit?
It's amazing that people are carrying on about relicensing work that authors
intended to be free while turning a blind eye to commercial use of protected