6 thoughts on “Bitstrip Bill”

  1. I look forward to laughing at Twinkie's legal acumen where in he points out that the judge is wrong Wrong WRONG!!! when his legal opinion/interpretation doesn't match Twinkie's...

    O.o

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  2. As wacky as the MD judiciary is (remember "forget Brandenburg"?), I'm taking nothing for granted.

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    1. true dat..
      funny how THAT case really was an instance of a plaintiff lying to a judge to get a PO...
      probably why Twinkie tries to cast his in the same light...

      O.o

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  3. Considering this is a hearing for an injunction to keep Bill from continuing to use John's copyrighted material, it really has no bearing on the final outcome of the copyright case itself. Since the judges in MD have shown a habit of treating anything having to do with Bill as just some kind of internet squabble, I'm not holding my breath that they will actually enforce the law this time.

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  4. The judges in Maryland are what they are. Roll of the dice. And a constraint on publishing might seem hard to get, but, the injunction is against BS infringing on copyright, something BS admits to doing. So it isn't like the judge will necessarily go, this isn't decided yet.

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