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#21 Apprentice

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Posted 19 March 2009 - 04:15 PM

Yeah.... no I think email was the only way they would have gotten in touch with me. A phone call from Europe to Australia would have cost a buttload. >:D

Yeah ?? So ??

The costs would be their problem, not yours. If they really would state a case, then you should've let them call you and write you through the snailmail . . .

#22 Lannister

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Posted 19 March 2009 - 08:22 PM

Why bother with the hassle? It's faster and easier for proprietor and client to use e-mails.

#23 Scooter

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 12:12 AM

A judge in New Zealand recently ruled that subpoenas can be served via Twitter.

Snail mail has been frowned upon for years already, but more recently with the whole green movement the shift away from physical paper is gaining momentum.

#24 Apprentice

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 12:23 AM

A judge in New Zealand recently ruled that subpoenas can be served via Twitter.

Snail mail has been frowned upon for years already, but more recently with the whole green movement the shift away from physical paper is gaining momentum.

And here it's completely opposite. Some suspects of an armed robbery were freed and dismissed from any legal prosecution because "the people" (or whatever you call it) have lost the paper version of their case . . .

#25 TiM

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 05:02 AM

Well the fact of the matter is that they viewed this forum's skin as a violation of the vBulletin EULA.

That being said, if we didn't comply, they legally had the ability to render the original license agreement moot and to deactivate this forum. ;_;

The entire thing was in their ballpark.... they called the shots. So they did what was probably easiest/quickest.

Agreed, snail mail costs more money, and would have taken much longer to get over here.




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