Further Legal Developments

As part of running the mailing list archive Gmane, I’m asked to remove messages from the archive from time to time, which I do.  (Although not extremely promptly, since I’m lazy.)  That’s fine, but some people seem to think that having a lawyer send the message to me is more effective than just sending an email directly.  And it never is, because the lawyers never say exactly what it is that they want to have removed.  There are several hundred million messages archived on Gmane, so…

It’s been a while since the last time, but yesterday I got a letter from a lawyer again.  This time, it’s Italian, and seems to involve…  Berlusconi?

Your guess is as good as mine.







As far as I can tell, they want me to remove some message from (for instance) a Mozilla group, but they don’t list specific URLs they want to have removed, either…

Anybody want to ferret out what URLs they mean and guess what the case is really about?


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