Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Psycho2, Mar 5, 2012.
To ask you to take anything down, legal letters or anything of that sorts or what not?
Is that a threat?
Legal Letter to take down personal opinions?
yea good luck with that one...
A literary work in which human vice or folly is attacked through irony, derision, or wit.
oops.... thought it read Mutt
I think he's referring to the brothers video again. Seems like an implied threat? Or not...
To HSS dick heads... My Paypal account is available to pay for my silence ... please PM me any and all offers
clearly it was... and a cute one at that..
but yea posting anything in the public online is a grey area legally .. one would have to assume anything posted publicly online would mean that one gives up
the right to privacy, much like the paparazzi can photograph anyone on public property.. one has to ask themselves what are the expectations once they put something out there
Pretty simple really. For most idiots it's immediately owned by either Mark Zuckerberg or Larry Page, and licensed to hundreds of advertisers.
And that's for non-celebrities.
Yes, I hyperbolize, but not by much.
If YouTube takedowns for birdsong (no, literally bird song) are any indication, it's entirely a matter of who's suing and how much money they have.
yea just a bit
I guess you havent been around long as a Howard Stern fan and know about Howard's aggressive legal dept
by all means... tell us of all the fans that have been sued for expressing a personal opinions..
I will make some popcorn
Tim Sabean is a ball washing faggot.
Not fair, I see no evidence at all to support the assertion that Tim Sabean ever washes his balls. It's got to be a sweaty mess in there with the male cameltoe and all.
Scott Greenstein eats fetuses.