Sometimes You Are Not As Small As You Think (Or Small IS The New Big)

From: Morgan_Casey@timeinc.com
To: xxxxxxx@yahoo.com
Cc: nicholas_jollymore@timeinc.com
Sent: Thursday, June 8, 2006 3:37:34 PM
Subject: Notice of Infringement re. alljolie.com sent on behalf of Nicholas J. Jollymore
URGENT LEGAL NOTICE

I am an attorney for Time Inc., the corporate publisher of PEOPLE Magazine.  PEOPLE Magazine has purchased exclusive North American rights to the only photographs which have been taken to date of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt and their newborn baby girl, Shiloh Nouvel.  A website hosted by your organization, alljolie.com, has posted three of these photographs including PEOPLE Magazine's cover and photographs appearing in PEOPLE and HELLO! Magazines in violation of PEOPLE Magazine's exclusive rights (see http://alljolie.wordpress.com/). Alljolie’s posting of this photograph is a clear violation of the U.S. Copyright Act.

Under the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act, your organization has a legal duty to ensure that this photograph is removed from any website you host.  Your failure to remove this photograph from alljolie.com would be a clear violation of the Act.

YOU ARE HEREBY PUT ON NOTICE that the photograph must be removed from alljolie.com immediately.  Please confirm by email or telephone that you have complied with your obligations under the Act by removing the photograph from alljolie.com.

Very truly yours,

Nicholas J. Jollymore

Deputy General Counsel

Time Inc.

1271 Avenue of the Americas

New York, NY 10020

( (O) 212 522-3083

( (F) 212 467-0844

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7 Comments on “Sometimes You Are Not As Small As You Think (Or Small IS The New Big)”

  1. Matt Says:

    I suppose I could give you the lecture about copyright law – but I imagine that you already know it.

    ~Matt

  2. chartreuse Says:

    Copyright law I know about.

    We music business folks had to deal with that years ago.

    I’ll (probably) take the pictures down. But I do have some things to say about it. I’ll do a post sometime over the weekend…

  3. candice Says:

    I like the new scheme. Less gray.

  4. Clyde Smith Says:

    Life as a pirate is tough, even given the glory.

    How about not making the comment type so small. I can barely read what I’m typing.


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  6. Hmm.. I’d ask for proof .. has the money actually transferred hands? Is there a cancelled cheque? What about a copy of the signed agreement? Are the pictures even real? There are many questions and you should ask them. C’mon Char! :p

    PS: I just go to View / Text / Size and increase the size of the mini-font. Or, with IEv7b2 all you have to do is change the global font from the bottom bar. Actually, that’s all I wanted to say. But, you just never know – given that boingboing scene with that OTHER lawyer…


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