Alexander Dalloz alexander.dalloz at
Mon Mar 22 02:35:25 UTC 2004

Am Mo, den 22.03.2004 schrieb Chadley Wilson um 01:42:

> Hows this?

How what?

> Unfortunately according to our company policy, which I have just read
> all mail sent from a company address must include a disclaimer, and the
> rules of the disclaimer are set out in point form. I have adhered to
> this keeping it as simple as possible.

If you want to see a nice overview over regular disclaimers and for
which reasons they are nonsense please see:

You previously used in the disclaimer the sentence "WARNING: The
information transmitted herewith is intended only for the person or
entity to which it is addressed". What does that mean for posting to a
public mailing list (at least public readable without subscription): who
is the intended recipient? You fairly well see you can not legitimately
limit that. Potentially the whole internet is the recipient and
therefore: who is then prohibited to review, retransmission or else use
your postings?

Friendly regards


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