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I'm curious on some legal / technical opinions on the enforceability,
or indeed feasibility, of what our PR <sic> group is attempting to do.
What they want to do is prevent people linking to them, unless so
authorised. They seem to realise this isn't entirely feasible, but they're
adamant about not being 'framed' -- the most recent example (that
they got stroppy about) was the ANZ framing us. Words were
exchanged, and the ANZ has ceased doing so.
But what legal recourse is there, for us, if someone frames or links
or uses our logo in a way we don't like? Has anyone heard of any
precedents at all, within Australia?
jedd == jedd at progsoc dot org
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