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Re: [dvd-discuss] ``irreparable damage to my client''
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- From: microlenz(at)earthlink.net
- Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 19:21:16 -0700
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"let them rave so all shall know them mad...." It's worked before!
Rather reminds me of being Witness in the Amish...
On 26 Apr 2002 at 20:13, John Schulien wrote:
Date sent: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 20:13:30 -0500
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Subject: [dvd-discuss] ``irreparable damage to my client''
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> This story just gets better and better.
> As of this evening, the link to the chillingeffects page (with the
> still-active cows URL imbedded in the google-cache URL)
> appears as entry # 4 in a search for "sara glover" within quotes,
> and #7 in a search for "sara glover" without quotes. Apparently,
> a lot of people are posting links to that page on forums, blogs,
> list archives, and the like, and pushing the page inexorably towards
> the #1 entry, where it will most likely stay forever.
> So not only is her story still available, but now:
> o She's entered the storied pantheon of internet laughingstocks.
> o She has to pay the lawyer for the letter that put her there.
> I think that Google has developed an excellent strategy
> for dealing with this sort of problem.