Autor: doobiedoo 19.10.07 - 14:25
... die haben wohl doch 'n Rad ab.
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<p cass="bodyB">Dozier Internet Law, P.C. does not direct our website to children under thirteen (13) years of age. Individuals under eighteen (18) years of age should consult with their parent or guardian about the use of this website. It is impossible to guarantee or warrant the accuracy of information on this site since the technology and Internet world both evolve quickly, and laws and interpretations change at an every increasing pace. Of course, we do not sell any of the information collected on our website. Make sure that you don’t just read through this website and rely on what it says since we expressly disclaim all liability with respect to your actions taken, or not taken, based on the contents of this website.</p>
<p cass="bodyB">In closing, privacy and security are both very important to us. We do treat all information provided to us with care and discretion, and we take a very proactive approach to make sure that the information is not misused. Dozier Internet Law, P.C. updates its website on a regular basis. Likewise, we make changes to our user agreement on a regular basis also.</p>
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Re: HTML-Code ...
Autor: Vollstrecker 19.10.07 - 14:27
> <p cass="bodyB">By using our website, you
> agree to the following:</p>
> <p cass="bodyB">At Dozier Internet Law, P.C.
Was ist cass für ein Attribut?
Re: HTML-Code ...
Autor: DerLeser 19.10.07 - 14:30
Man beachte auch:
<meta name="generator" content="Adobe GoLive">
Sie haben den Code(!) also gar nicht selbst erzeugt, sondern aus einem Design automatisch Code erzeugen lassen. Sie können also höchstens dieses (abgrundtief hässliche) Design schützen...
Ach ja, das Land der unbegrenzten Dummheit, äh, Möglichkeiten :-)
Re: HTML-Code ...
Autor: res 19.10.07 - 14:32
"<meta name="generator" content="Adobe GoLive">"
Jo, das dachte ich mir auch grad^^
> Man beachte auch:
> <meta name="generator" content="Adobe
> Sie haben den Code(!) also gar nicht selbst
> erzeugt, sondern aus einem Design automatisch Code
> erzeugen lassen. Sie können also höchstens dieses
> (abgrundtief hässliche) Design schützen...
> Ach ja, das Land der unbegrenzten Dummheit, äh,
> Möglichkeiten :-)
Re: HTML-Code ...
Autor: hugo123 19.10.07 - 14:35
> "<meta name="generator" content="Adobe
> Jo, das dachte ich mir auch grad^^
> DerLeser schrieb:
> > Man beachte auch:
> name="generator" content="Adobe
> Sie haben den Code(!) also
> gar nicht selbst
> erzeugt, sondern aus einem
> Design automatisch Code
> erzeugen lassen. Sie
> können also höchstens dieses
> hässliche) Design schützen...
> Ach ja,
> das Land der unbegrenzten Dummheit, äh,
> Möglichkeiten :-)
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die haben also selbst geklaut und jeder der sie verklagen will muss den quelltext gelesen haben und wird schlieslich selbst verklagt
Re: HTML-Code ...
Autor: xkl 19.10.07 - 14:43
Das ist ja so als ob man kein Negativ von einem Foto anschauen dürfte