Amiga "No Piracy" Campaign
What happens when you run into a pirate site?
|Violation of Acceptable Use Policy
Violation occurred when: Piracy of #? software.
Author of #? software: "Last, First" <email@example.com> Phone number: +01(800)555-1212
The software is still being licensed out by the author which is the one who is making a living doing this. I've provided a trace of the server paths giving me your information, see attached. Also carbon copied in my message is the author so that they are aware of the situation as well. Please be sure that the users site falls under the acceptable use policy as stated on your site, link below.
Points number four of paragraph three and number two of paragraph four should be brought to your attention. Please send me an update of the situation and I will be able to provide further information at your request when needed.
|Using this type of template from one user is fairly strong in stating that a user is under violation of their policies.
Also when carbon copying the author of the software they usually know you mean business. Then when the provider
receives five, six, and sometime thirty of these, they generally pull the site down as soon as possible.
These are the tricks that I have learned in taking sites down and they really work quite effective. If I could have stickers of the Amiga Anti-Piracy logo, I'd be a WWI flying Ace.
A3K, CSPPC 604/240 060/60, PicassoIV, Concierto, AriadneII
897Kkeys for the Amiga RC5 (Amiga RC5 Project)
© 2000 Markus Nerding / H&P - http://www.amiga-planet.de/nopiracy/