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Creationist Cults

Date: Sat Jun 15 12:23:08 2002
From: "Fredric L. Rice" <frice@linkline.com>
To: "Jason Daniel Henderson" <jhenderson@icr.org>
Sub: ICR cult copyrighted materials?

At 19:55 6/13/02 -0700, Jason Daniel Henderson wrote:

> Mr. Rice,
> Pardon me for not mentioning this in my previous "last"
> email. I didn't notice your comments on talkorigins.org,
> infidels.org. I need to clarify that what I meant to
> convey is the fact that they do not violate our copyright
> laws as you do.

If you can find anything on The Skeptic Tank which violates any creationist cult's copyrights, please do let me know so that the text files in question may be properly modified so as to conform to U. S. Title 17 Fair Use dictates. It is the policy of The Skeptic Tank to process claims of copyright violation and to ensure that all texts conform to Fair Use.

With our thanks.

>We have no problem with them other than the accuracy.

When you can find anything inaccurate or mistaken with either TalkOrigins.ORG, Infidels.ORG, or The Skeptic Tank, please don't hesitate to get back to us so that the errors may be corrected.

Thanks.

And here's your cult's first e-mail to me demanding that I remove my copyrighted web page, falsely claiming that the ICR cult owns it. We find that your problem is with the criticism of creationist cults.

>> From: Jason Daniel Henderson
>> To: frice@skeptictank.org
>> Sent: Friday, March 22, 2002 1:37 PM
>> Subject: Copyright Violations of ICR Material

>> Mr. Rice,

>> The Institute for Creation Research kindly requests that
>> you immediately remove all ICR content from your site and
>> stop distributing our material. Your page at:
>> http://www.skeptictank.org/flist026.htm is one example of
>> violating our copyright. Here is the first paragraph of
>> our copyright that can be found on every page of our website
>> by clicking the copyright link:

>> ICR's Copyright Notice: Nothing on our website may be
>> reprinted or reproduced for other websites and media in
>> whole or in part without obtaining permission from ICR.
>> This applies to the website pages, content, graphics, audio
>> and video, etc.

>> Feel free to link to our material and/or properly cite
>> small portions, etc. I would appreciate it if you let me
>> know when you have taken care of this. Thank you for your
>> time.

>> Jason
>> ****************************************************
>> Jason Daniel Henderson, Web Developer
>> Institute for Creation Research
>> http://www.icr.org/


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