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Intel Europe (New Jersey) attempts to legal INQ

Update Sun Gambit
Tue Dec 14 2004, 09:54
* UPDATE 15TH December. Intel said we don't need to worry about the letter any more.

A LAWYER WHO claims she represents Intel Europe but who appears to be based in Parsippanay, New Jersey, which the last time we looked was in America, has threatened the INQUIRER because we linked to a French web site. Twice.

The woman, Jennifer Nash, from Intel Europe Inc, claims that the INQ is displaying Intel confidential material on our web site, but actually, we're not.

She claims that the material was not provided with Intel's approval and is a breach of the firm's confidentiality provisions.

However, the INQ maintains that stories 19442 and 19581 are stories that belong to us, that we've written, and that links to other sites are not covered by the provisions of the law here in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Colonies thereof.

We contacted Intel Europe in the UK, but the top PR guy here says that his PC isn't working, so he can't look at the stories. Which is a bit of a story in itself.

We'll see you in court Jennifer. µ



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