The Dilbert lawyers strike again.
I Find Karma (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 29 Jul 96 13:01:34 PDT
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> Dear Caltech,
> It has been brought to our attention that your Web site
> http://www.cs.caltech.edu/~berna/dilbert/ features Dilbert comic strips.
> Thank you for your enthusiasm, however, this material is copyrighted by
> United Features Syndicate, Inc. As a result, the names and likenesses of
> Dilbert and all other United Media intellectual property cannot be used-- on
> the World Wide Web or elsewhere-- without the express, written consent of
> UFS. Therefore, I must request that you remove the Dilbert comic strips.
> I appreciate your cooperation. If you have any questions about copyrights,
> please consult with your attorney. If you have any questions about the
> site, I will do my best to answer them.
> Jonathan Shapiro
> VP Corporate Development