Please forgive me if I am addressing this question to the right people.
I tried to link an Examiner.com article, and it came back with a copyright notice. I do not see Examiner on the list on this thread.... Examiner responded to me saying that they do not have any policy regarding the re posting of articles from its site. According to them, each examiner owns their own material.
So, in light of this, could you please forward this onto whom ever could assist me with this issue??
Thank you very very much!!
Received the following via email a couple days ago.
Dear Mr. Robinson,
I am General Counsel for Examiner.com. It has come to our attention that FreeRepublic.com or its users have posted certain articles copied from Examiner.com without authorization. The articles are as follows:
http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2287993/posts (article written and copyright owned by Jenny Kakasuleff)
http://188.8.131.52/focus/f-news/2323094/posts (article written and copyright owned by David Codrea)
We hereby demand that you remove the above referenced articles and any portion thereof (other than the headline, provided that the headline links to the full article on Examiner.com) immediately, and notify me in writing that you have done so. In addition, should you discover any other content from Examiner.com featured on your website, we demand that you remove such content from your website immediately.
General Counsel & VP, Business Development