Yep. Maybe you are right. But you can simply test ist ...
Am Montag, 7. August 2006 12:41 schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Yes, that is right, but i don´t sell something. The DaLiBoxExtrem is
> > only a fake.
> Ah - well, in that case I guess it's fair to assume that your
> "patent" is a fake as well.
> IANAL, but I strongly suggest you either remove your eShop from
> your web site, or clearly mark it as being a fake! Lawyers can
> be very nasty, and they might get you for
> - not having a proper "Impressum"
> - offering a product of which you definitely know that you can
> not deliver it - might be considered attempted fraud ("versuchter
> - not properly listing the VAT ("Mehrwertsteuer" - in the ordering
> dialog this lists as 0,00 Euro) - might be considered tax evasion
> But then again, why do I even care what hapens to you...
> > I wait for the PS3. Maybe that is the right stuff. Then you can find a
> > impressum
> > with all that you need.
> > DaLiMan
> > ----- Original Message ----- From: "Klaus Schmidinger"
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > To: <email@example.com>
> > Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2006 8:44 PM
> > Subject: Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] DaLiBoxSW3000MediaCenter
> >> Darren Salt wrote:
> >>> I demand that Klaus Schmidinger may or may not have written...
> >>> [snip]
> >>>> Oh, while we're at it: you're apparently selling stuff over your web
> >>>> site
> >>>> at http://www.dalibox.de, as can be seen on
> >>>> http://daliman3.dalibox.de/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage
> >>>> However, I can't seem to find any detailed information regarding who
> >>>> is actually running this web site. [...]
> >>> "whois dalibox.de" appears to provide that information.
> >> Yes, but at least in Germany a commercial web site must itself
> >> contain a section that identifies exactly who is behind it, and
> >> a link to that section must be prominently placed and available
> >> from every page of the site.
> >> I didn't make this up myself - it's the law. I just wanted to inform
> >> him about that, in case he didn't know. These "reminders" can be very
> >> nasty and expensive.
> >> It's especially strange since he won't provide information about
> >> his alleged patent to an "anonymous poster" (meaning myself), but
> >> does himself hide behind a veil of obscurity...
> >> I'm beginning to doubt that any such patent does in fact exist...
> >> Klaus
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