At 12:13 PM 2003-06-24 -0700, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
>is there a yahoo groups contact on this list? Anyone have one? I have
>something that's come up I want to check with them on before I say
As a side point, after years of complaining, I finally managed to get
someone to reply to me when I faxed the copyright violations office at
yahoo. I then did silly things until they ran out of silly things to ask
me about and then they did nothing for weeks.
Then, after I faxed them several more times, reminding me that I had done
all of the silly things they asked me to do, they quit responding, and I
figured, well, it has been years now, and they have never responded
before. So I struck out. My original response was going to me a meetoo
for the contact, but I checked before hitting send, and they had finally
removed rally-l from their list. Yep, after years of asking, with the
connection long severed, so that it looked like rally-l was long dead, they
finally removed the rally-l list from yahoogroups. They didn't bother
telling me, but they You have to understand that they had incorrect
information and I believe that this was damaging me. I made this clear in
complaint after complaint, but this was the first response I ever got.
So, as a suggestion, if it is an issue where you might have a compilation
copyright, on a group that you want out of yahoogroups, they are finally
responding to that argument at their copyright violations office.
He said: "There are people from Baath here reporting everything that
goes on. There are cameras here recording our faces. If the Americans
were to withdraw and everything were to return to the way it was before,
we want to make sure that we survive the massacre that would follow
as Baath go house to house killing anyone who voiced opposition to
Saddam. In public, we always pledge our allegiance to Saddam, but in
our hearts we feel something else."
Nick Simicich - firstname.lastname@example.org