[Sca-cooks] Stolen recipes was Ummm... weird question...

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Tue Apr 28 07:59:01 PDT 2009

I think a DMCA notice might be the only thing they would take notice of,
but of course they are also posting recipes that belong to Pillsbury too, so
maybe they don't care at all.


dmyers at medievalcookery.com wrote:
> Actually, I added the comment to the site.  There have been no responses
> to any of the emails send to the site owners at their published contact
> addresses (I really wasn't expecting a response, but one can always
> hope).  None of the posters have responded either.
> I wouldn't have bothered except for that clause in grouprecipe.com's
> terms saying that they have full copyright on material published on
> their site.  That could cause trouble for me if I decide to use one of
> those recipes in a published cookbook - in order to keep my rights under
> US copyright law, I need to make an effort to enforce my own rights.
> Maybe I'll send a DMCA takedown notice to their upstream provider next. 
> If I go high enough, it might force some kind of reaction (unless the
> site is hosted in China).
> - Doc
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> From: Johnna Holloway snipped
>> http://www.grouprecipes.com/55641/cinnamon-soup.html

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