Yep. Maybe you are right. But you can simply test ist ...
I assume you are referring to my statement about your patent
being a fake. Well actually I didn't want to reply to any of
your messages any more, because apparently any conversation with
you is completely pointless and an utter waste of time.
But here's one last try: *how* do you suggest I can "simply test" that?
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
with all that you need.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Klaus Schmidinger"
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...
Oh, while we're at it: you're apparently selling stuff over your web
at http://www.dalibox.de, as can be seen on
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...
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