The thing with most things that will eventually need to be handled by
the legal department should be initiated by legal.
I would think a simple tip line to trigger a "formal" letter would
handle most of the issues without too much work on the part of the legal
you're completly right and correct, ...
my first idea was otherwise: WE inform them that they do a violation and
give them the chance to correct it ...
... and if we don't bring this into a solution we inform then the
"official legal" ...
as told mails before: just an idea and imagination of mine ...
> On Sun, Jul 08, 2007 at 11:11:44AM -0300, Rodrigo Padula wrote:
>> The site www.linuxmall.com.br
commercializes Fedora and Red Hat products
>> without Red Hat permissions
> They don't need anyone's permission to "commercialize" Fedora, in
> of selling CDs, etc. Our license gives them that right already. But it
> does look like they may be improperly modifying the Fedora logo, and they
> probably also shouldn't be using Red Hat's Shadowman logo to market Fedora
> products, which is what it looks like to me (without speaking Portuguese)
> on this page: http://www.linuxmall.com.br/index.php?product_id=4675
> But of course, I am not a Brazilian lawyer. Fortunately we have Red Hat's
> legal department to sort this stuff out.
> - Paul
> Paul Stauffer <paulds(a)bu.edu>
> Manager of Research Computing
> Computer Science Department
> Boston University
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