[Foundation-l] Wikimedia/Wikipedia trademarks?

Nathan Awrich nawrich at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 01:05:44 UTC 2007

On the last bit, I would say that is not necessarily the case. In
fact, it frequently is not. That is nominally the way jurisdictional
law works in the US, as far as I know, but even then there are
exceptions based on the effect of your actions (i.e. if you shoot a
gun in Texas and hit someone in Mexico, Mexico might reasonably
request your extradition).

On Dec 17, 2007 8:00 PM, Andrew Gray <shimgray at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18/12/2007, Nathan Awrich <nawrich at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I can see that, although I would think that there would be more issues
> > relating to speech restrictions issued by various governments that are
> > more restrictive than the US (specifically Southeast Asia, the Middle
> > East, etc.).
> All our content is published in the United States, on servers hosted
> in the United States (speaking of, are they going to be moved to
> California when the office moves?) and as such is subject to US law.
> Simply writing in Korean doesn't make you subject to a court in
> Seoul...
> --
> - Andrew Gray
>   andrew.gray at dunelm.org.uk
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