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Update: Excerpt of notice of copyright infringement from Thomson Reuters. Full email here.
To Whom it May Concern:
We are providing you this letter of notification to make you aware of material that infringes the exclusive copyright rights of Thomson Reuters (“Thomson Reuters”).
Under penalty of perjury, we hereby affirm that the undersigned is authorized to act on behalf of Thomson Reuters whose exclusive copyright rights we believe to be infringed as described herein.
Editions 1 and 2 of Thomson Reuters Black’s Law Dictionary are in the public domain. However, editions 3 to 10 of Thomson Reuters Black’s Law Dictionary are not in public domain and are protected by copyright law as so reflected in the current records of the U.S. Copyright Office.
It has come to our attention that one (or more) of these editions appear on the URL(s) listed below without having obtained prior written authorization from Thomson Reuters. This practice infringes upon the exclusive intellectual property rights of Thomson Reuters.
Thomson Reuters represents that it has not authorized you to use the Infringing Material. Based upon information at its disposal, we believe that the statements in this notice are accurate and correctly describe the infringing nature and status of the Infringing Material.
We trust that you will immediately remove or disable access to the Infringing Material at the URL(s) identified above. As you may know, if this information is not removed after notice that complies with the DMCA, the Internet Service Provider may also be held liable for the copyright infringement.
We will continue to monitor your domain for compliance. Should you require additional information or wish to further discuss this issue, please contact the undersigned.
Thomson Reuters Copyright Enforcement